Ocwen Financial could end up dishing out nearly three times the $100 million special reserve it set aside to resolve allegations it mistreated mortgage borrowers.

It could cost the specialty servicer nearly $300 million to settle with the New York Department of Financial Services and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, as well as to pay reparations to affected borrowers, Height Analytics researcher Ed Groshans said in a client note Thursday that sketched out a worst-case scenario.

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