FHFA Says GSEs Present Critical Supervisory Concerns

The U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency stated in its latest report to Congress that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac posed “critical supervisory concerns in 2011.”

  • 14 Jun 2012
The U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency stated in its latest report to Congress that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac posed “critical supervisory concerns in 2011.” The FHFA, which oversees the two agencies, also stated that continuing credit losses at the government-sponsored enterprises come primarily from loans originated ...

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