CRTcast E2: A Download on Insurance Risk Sharing with Arch MI
Mike Reynolds, Single-Family VP of Credit Risk Transfer (CRT), sits down with Jim Bennison, Executive Vice President and Head of Alternative Markets within Arch’s mortgage division. Learn more in this discussion about how mortgage insurance companies, including (re)insurers, play a key role in the U.S. housing market ecosystem, from loan origination to CRT participation.
A Download on Insurance Risk Sharing with Arch MI
Freddie Mac CRTcast is a new series within the "Home Starts Here" podcast, focusing on credit risk transfer and its three spokes - securities, (re)insurance and mortgage insurance. In its second episode, host Mike Reynolds invites Jim Bennison, Executive Vice President at Arch MI, to talk about the role of the insurance company in U.S. housing and CRT.
About Arch MI
Arch Capital Group Ltd.’s U.S. mortgage insurance operation, Arch MI, is a leading provider of private insurance covering mortgage credit risk. Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, Arch MI’s mission is to protect lenders against credit risk, while extending the possibility of responsible homeownership to qualified borrowers.
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