Fannie Mae partners with private sources of capital to transfer mortgage credit risk, develop broad and liquid markets, and reduce taxpayer risk.
of unpaid principal balance of mortgage loans have been partially covered by credit risk transfer vehicles at issuance as of Q2 2019.
of loans in our guaranty book of business have been included in a reference pool for back-end credit risk transfer transactions as of Q2 2019.
Credit risk transfer (CRT) is a key part of our Single-Family and Multifamily business models. Through our credit risk transfer transactions, we facilitate the flow of private capital between Fannie Mae's lender customers and a diverse group of investors.
As the largest credit risk manager in the mortgage industry, we employ prudent standards and advanced technologies to acquire quality loans, prevent defaults, and reduce losses. We continuously evolve our CRT programs to broaden the types of loans covered and promote growth in the credit risk transfer market. Through our suite of credit risk transfer vehicles, we offer opportunities for investors to share in the credit performance of our book of business.
What is credit risk transfer?
What are the goals and benefits?
How do we manage risk?
Our Single-Family and Multifamily businesses set standards in credit risk management. Dig deeper into the fundamentals supporting Fannie Mae's credit risk transfer vehicles by clicking on the graphics below.
Our suite of credit risk transfer vehicles
To support the market demand for mortgage credit risk, we have developed multiple innovative forms of risk transfer and created a market for securitized mortgage credit risk. Our programs include: