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Credit Unions Weigh in on GSE Reform

The chief of the National Association of Federal Credit Unions has asked Congress to keep certain principles in mind while drafting a plan to overhaul Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Lawmakers Not Giving Up on GSE Reform

The bill, called the HR 5505 GSE Review and Reform Act, would require the U.S Treasury Secretary to study the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac annually.

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Is Ginnie Mae the Answer to GSE Reform?

If the GSE reform should happen, the industry should aim to meet the needs of future generations of homeowners, not the want of political interests. In order to do this, however, Ginnie Mae will need to come forward as its own government corporation.

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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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Improving What Works: 5 Ways to Reform the GSEs

In a recent essay, former Vice Chairman and CFO of Fannie Mae, Tim Howard, explains that the GSE reform should be based on mending the system already in place to to avoid yet another crisis by following these five methods.

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