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FHFA Extends Closing for Credit Risk Transfer RFI

Phil Hall
Aug 10, 2016
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is extending the response period for its agency's Single-Family Credit Risk Transfer Request for Input (RFI) by 45 days

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is extending the response period for its agency's Single-Family Credit Risk Transfer Request for Input (RFI) by 45 days. Originally set to close on Aug. 29—60 days after the RFI was published—the response period is now drawing to a close on Oct. 13.

“FHFA is extending the input period in light of requests from stakeholders for more time to evaluate the information and questions raised in the RFI,” said the agency in a press statement. “The RFI lays out FHFA's principles of credit risk transfer and seeks feedback on credit risk transfer policy issues and on proposals to adopt front-end credit risk transfer.”

The FHFA is accepting input through online submissions or via mail to its headquarters in Washington, D.C.

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