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This presentation provides a discussion of the risk sharing activities of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. It includes an overview of the goals of those activities, the specific transactions utilized in both the multifamily and single-family operations, and the impact of risk-sharing on the federal budget and other financial measures.

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Fannie Mae creates and offers for sale credit risk sharing securities to sophisticated institutional investors, which provide an opportunity to invest in a portion of the credit risk that Fannie Mae retains when we guarantee our single-family mortgage-backed securities (MBS).

MI covers 10-20% of the loans being originated, depending on who you ask (MI companies as of the end of last year took on about $184.5 billion in credit risk from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on.

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Figuring out a fix for Fannie and Freddie, something Trump has called a "pretty urgent" problem, is the main unresolved issue from the 2008 meltdown. Here’s the final tally on Fannie & Freddie’s Credit Risk-Sharing in 2016. Per the FHFA report the GSEs transferred $18.1B of credit risk on mortgages with $548B in unpaid principal balance.

Investors Unite Teleconference: What is Risk Sharing? And how does it Work? Friday, November 11th, 2016 On Tuesday, November 15 at 10:30 am EST, Investors Unite will hold a teleconference to discuss risk sharing in the secondary mortgage market, a major policy that could affect Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac moving forward.

How to Improve Fannie and Freddie’s Risk Sharing Effort HOW TO IMPROVE FANNIE AND FREDDIE’S RISK SHARING EFFORT 2 How to Improve Fannie and Freddie’s Risk Sharing Effort BY LAURIE GOODMAN, JIM PARROTT, ELLEN SEIDMAN AND MARK ZANDI T he government-sponsored enterprises’ credit risk transfer process is one of the most important innovations

Freddie Mac announced Tuesday that it closed out 2016 by obtaining an insurance policy that could cover a combined maximum limit of approximately $285 million of credit losses. Here are the details.

Earlier today I submitted the following response to the single-family credit risk transfer Request for Input made by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) in June. I appreciate the opportunity to respond to your request for input on the important topic of credit risk transfers for single-family mortgages owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae.