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August 27, 2014

Moody’s, Urban Institute Want Changes to FHFA’s MI Eligibility Rules

By Charles Wisniowski

In early July, the FHFA unveiled the new MI eligibility standards, which propose – for the first time – risk-based capital rules that are tied to a measurement called “available assets.”

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