Volume 14 - Number 1
January 10, 2014
New FHFA Director Watt Delays Planned GSE G-Fee Increase
Two days after he was sworn in to a five-year term as the Federal Housing Finance Agencys new director, Mel Watt followed through on a pledge he made last month following his Senate confirmation and officially delayed a GSE guaranty fee increase. Watt this week countermanded a move by his predecessor, then-Acting Director Edward DeMarco, who announced in December a number of GSE pricing structure changes.
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