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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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Expect Delays

Though many experts have said housing finance reform is unlikely this year, the time is now to explore the fundamentals of how that reform could happen. Uniform and transparent measures of credit risks will play a key role—whether it’s in 2016, 2017, or beyond. Editor's note: This select print feature appears in the March 2016 edition of MReport magazine, available now.

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Senators Introduce Amendment to Spur GSE Reform

“There is overwhelming consensus that congressional action is needed, and it is hard to imagine that anyone would ever want to harm taxpayers and return to the failed model of private gains and public losses.” -Sen. Bob Corker

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