Agency CRT deals set for structural changes in 2017

US houses
By Sam Kerr
10 Jan 2017

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are set to change the structure of their credit risk transfer (CRT) programmes, looking to entice more investors and offer more attractive yields in the coming year.

Fannie Mae is marketing its first risk transfer deal of the year, CAS 2017-C01, and sources have told GlobalCapital that the agency might be looking to break up its 'B' tranche into multiple tranches, a first for the agency.

The 'B' tranche of CRT deals issued last year ...

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