Risk Awards 2017: Mortgage giant refines risk-sharing deals as political landscape shifts
Hedge funds have been keen buyers of the new mortgage risk-sharing deals issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but as spreads have tightened, worries about leverage have grown. Some now argue mortgage finance requires a more stable source of capital. By…
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Williams to leave agency once replacement is found
Securities fraud charges brought against former top executives seen by one legal expert as attempt by regulator to improve image
Fortune 500 group The Hartford appoints new executive vice-president and chief risk officer
Deloitte has been sued by TBW's bankrupty trustee and a TBW subsidiary for $7.6 billion in losses, after failing to detect fraud in the mortgage lender
US tax fix to aid buy-side portfolio back-loading
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New York-based credit derivatives product company (CDPC) Primus Financial Products has restructured $1.2 billion of credit derivatives protection the firm had written referencing a monoline insurer.
Herbert Allison, who until recently was president and chief executive of Fannie Mae, has joined the US Treasury as assistant secretary for financial stability.
Despite its size, the largest industrial bankruptcy in US corporate history is unlikely to have much of an effect on the credit derivatives markets, suggest analysts.
Michael Williams has been appointed president and chief executive for US mortgage lender Fannie Mae.
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