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Enhancing counterparty risk management strengthens the government mortgage loan market
by Michael R. Bright | 8/16/2018

Ensuring that investors who own Ginnie Mae mortgage-backed securities will get paid their principal and interest on time is a top priority for us. At Ginnie Mae, we dedicate significant energy and focus to evolving our approach to counterparty risk management in order to safeguard the government guaranty we provide and to protect our investors.

In the following video interview, Ginnie Mae EVPs Michael Bright and Maren Kasper discuss:

  • Why risk management matters,
  • Ginnie Mae’s risk management tools such as CorporateWatch and the Issuer Operational Performance Scorecard (IOPP), and
  • The need for all market participants to have “skin in the game” when it comes to better managing counterparty risk for all participants.

To further your understanding of how Ginnie Mae is enhancing its counterparty risk management, read Pillar II of the Ginnie Mae 2020 report.

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Michael R. Bright
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Gregory A. Keith
Maren Kasper
Tamara Togans
Roy Hormuth
John F. Getchis
John T. Daugherty
Omar Bouaichi
Seth D. Appleton
Eric Blankenstein
Alven Lam
Angel Hernandez
Laticia Jefferson
Regina Chase
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