Capco: The future of the mortgage securities market – Maintaining confidence in a changing industry

For participants in the mortgage-backed securities market (MBS), the uncertainty around mortgage reform brings with it a number of questions: What does the mortgage market of the future look like? What role, if any, should the government play in the guarantee the payment of principle and interest to investors while keeping affordable housing goals in place? Should government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac even exist? And if not, how will the liquidity needs of

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