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Volume 2014 - Number 26

July 3, 2014

FHFA-OIG Report Cites Risks to Fannie, Freddie From Nonbank Servicers Using Short-Term Financing

The Federal Housing Finance Agency agreed to provide guidance to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on how to manage the risks arising from their work with nonbank special servicers, the FHFA’s Office of Inspector General said in a report issued this week. The OIG said the FHFA and the government-sponsored enterprises “have responded well to specific problems at nonbank special servicers.” However, it said the FHFA “has not established a risk management process or overall oversight framework to handle some general risks” such servicers pose. The report cites...

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