Risk Sharing Scrutiny Underscores Impracticality of Scrapping Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Need for CapitalGuest Post
Risk Sharing Scrutiny Underscores Impracticality of Scrapping Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Need for Capital by Investors Unite
Recently, calls for replacing the GSEs have turned into proposals for reforming them – which is an acknowledgement of numerical realities. Of course, any viable reform idea for institutions that support $5 trillion of the $9-trillion U.S. mortgage market must address where capital would come from and how to distribute benefits and risks in a new regime.
A piece by former FDIC Chairman Bill Isaac in the American . . .
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