Countrywide Financial Corp., the nation's eighth largest subprime table-funder, has cut 108 jobs in its wholesale subprime division, citing a need to align the lender's "workforce with the recent changes in the mortgage market."The company declined to comment further and would not disclose how many of the jobs eliminated belong to account executives. Last week the Calabasas-based Countrywide disclosed that 19% of its $119 billion subprime servicing portfolio was in some stage of delinquency. According to the Quarterly Data Report, CFC ranks first among all subprime servicers, and third among lenders.

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