Fannie Mae debuts “risk-sharing” mortgage-backed security

Fannie Mae to roadshow its debut "risk-sharing" mortgage bond. The new bond programs come after the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), a government regulator, directed both GSEs to share out the risk on US$30 billion each of their loan portfolios, as part of a wider initiative to minimize their vast footprint in the US residential mortgage industry.

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UPDATE 1-Fannie Mae to roadshow its debut risk-sharing mortgage bond. Bank of America Merrill Lynch will be lead underwriter on the unrated fannie mae deal, but Credit Suisse, which led Freddie Mac’s STACR offering, will be heavily involved in the transaction as well. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse declined comment. The FHFA referred calls on to Fannie.