Learn about the year ahead for the Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) market in this virtual event hosted by Freddie Mac.

CRT leaders Mike Reynolds, Christian Valencia and Jeffrey Shue discuss the latest FHFA capital framework and its potential impact on Freddie Mac’s CRT programs, including structure changes in STACR and ACIS transactions. The team also shares the issuance calendar and volumes that (re)insurers and institutional investors can expect in 2022.

Looking Ahead: CRT in 2022


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