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Notes On Securitisation
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Finance Money Economy Mortgage industry of the United States Structured finance Fixed income securities Mortgage-backed security United States housing bubble Collateralized mortgage obligation Securitization Government National Mortgage Association Tranche
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Finance Money Economy Mortgage industry of the United States Structured finance Fixed income securities Mortgage-backed security United States housing bubble Collateralized mortgage obligation Securitization Government National Mortgage Association Tranche
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It is a way for FI's to hedge their interest rate exposure gaps. When mortgages are pooled, they are known as pass through securities, as interest and principle are passed onto secondary market investors Participants GNMA, or Ginnie Mae: Mortgage-backs are sponsored by the Government National Mortgage Association. GNMA also provides timing insurance, ensuring that principle and interest payments are passed-through in a timely fashion FNMA or Fannie Mae: The Federal National Mortgage Association, who creates mortgagebacks by purchasing packages of mortgage loans. FNMA is a private company which fully guarantees these securities. FHLMC or Freddie Mac: The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation performs a similar function to the FNMA except its major securitisation role has involved savings institutions Types of Securitisation 1. Pass-through securit...
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