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GSE Credit Risk Transfer Loss Expectations Trend Lower

Fitch Ratings has released a new installment of its GSE Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) Loss Projections Report, which is published every six months, in January and June. The report  “details Fitch Ratings’ projections for future credit events and losses on ...

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Freddie Mac Speaks: G-Fees and CRT

Kevin Palmer, SVP of Single-Family Credit Risk Transfer at Freddie Mac, on how credit risk transfers are indicating whether Freddie's Guarantee fees are in line with what the private market would charge.

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Freddie Mac Perspectives Blog: G-Fees and CRT

In a Freddie Mac Perspectives blog, Kevin Palmer, SVP of Single-Family Credit Risk Transfer, explained how credit risk transfers and Guarantee fees have much more in common that one might think—one gives Freddie Mac significant insight into the other.

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Side Effects Include…

Credit risk transfer (CRT) or sharing is the process in which the government-sponsored enterprises bundle up the mortgages they buy from lenders and sell a portion of the risk to private investors. Instead of the GSEs shouldering the loan risk alone, selected investors help offset any potential risk from loan defaults. CRT began as a test in 2012 and is now quickly ramping up as investor interest and governmental oversight grows. Governmental oversight makes sense—we don’t want another 2007. But why are more investors becoming so interested in CRT?

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