Fannie Mae, the US government-backed financial institution that provides liquidity to the US mortgage markets by buying mortgages from lenders, has transferred another chunk of risk to the reinsurance markets – this time with different parameters to previous deals offering reinsurers diversification.
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Fannie Mae, Reinsurance, Residential Mortgages, Credit Insurance Risk Transfer, US, North America, Rob Schaefer