CHLA challenges FHFA IG report on risk from smaller nonbank lenders

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The FHFA report also outlined how small and nonbank mortgage sellers may benefit the GSEs, because they reduce the concentration of mortgage sellers. Fannie and Freddie’s "increase in mortgage purchases from smaller lenders and nonbank mortgage sellers may elevate their exposure to counterparty credit risk," stated the report.

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The report seems to ignore this basic fact, focusing instead on counterparty risk of smaller nonbank lenders as an important source of concern. The report seems to imply that it is safer to deal.

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