Fannie Mae debuts “risk-sharing” mortgage-backed security

Government-supported mortgage giant Fannie Mae will be officially kicking off the investor roadshow for its debut "risk-sharing" mortgage-backed security (MBS) over the next two weeks, according to three investors that have been briefed on the upcoming deal and one investment banker.

WASHINGTON – The appetite for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac credit risk transfer deals. The GSEs always provided a guarantee on their mortgage-backed securities while the private mortgage insurers.

Nadine Bates plays an integral role at Fannie Mae, leading more than 40 people across six teams to support the mortgage-backed securities market. including Fannie Mae’s credit risk sharing.

(At present, Fannie mae. risk sharing programs with mortgage insurers, reinsurers, REIT’s, banks, loan originators and others. The mutual companies’ exposure to losses would be subject to a cap. In.

 · Today, under those conservatorships, the debt securities and mortgage-backed securities (MBSs) that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac issue are effectively guaranteed by the federal government (subject.

Ever since then, investors have been leery of once-popular asset-backed securities, relying almost entirely on bonds backed by government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie. the Band-Aid.

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Because mortgage-backed securities are. raise the fees Fannie and Freddie charge lenders and require the companies to limit purchases of certain loans, like cash-out refinancings. Enhancing the.

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Bob Ives is Fannie Mae s Vice President and Head of Retained Portfolio Asset Management reporting to the Chief Financial Officer. Ives is responsible for the management of loans and securities in the Retained Portfolio and is a key member of the team that developed the Connecticut Avenue Securities series of risk-sharing transactions.

In 2008, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac came. The “commodity pool” structure of new risk-sharing bonds, which were intended to jumpstart the lackluster private, i.e., non-government backed,

Under the traditional MPF program, the Chicago regional bank purchased mortgages from member institutions and held the loans on its balance sheet under a risk sharing agreement. backed-loans into.