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Back to Basics: 4 Ways to Transform the GSEs

Andrew Davidson, President of Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc., says that the GSEs should be striped down to the functions that promote standardization, liquidity, and access to credit, and adopt the best governance structures for those functions using these four methods.

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Counsel’s Corner: The Battle Over GSE Profits is Raging

What is the outlook for the GSE shareholders' appeal of a lawsuit against the government over the sweep of GSE profits into Treasury that was previously dismissed in the D.C. District Court? Hamish Hume, partner with Boies, Schiller & Flexner, discusses all points of the case.

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The New 21st Century Housing Finance System

America's housing finance system is in what some call a "dysfunctional limbo." Not only is it underperforming, but it is also outdated and in desperate need of a complete revamping among its mission, activities, products, and services.

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TRID Could Mean Trouble for GSE Risk Transfers

Per the direction of their conservator and regulator, the FHFA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were instructed not to conduct loan-level reviews for technical compliance with TRID when conducting their credit-risk transfer transactions.

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The Long, Hard Road to GSE Reform

Many, including FHFA Director Mel Watt, have expressed concern over Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's lack of a capital buffer. But at this point, how likely is it that they will be recapitalized and released from the conservatorships?

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