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March 13, 2017  |  Topic Briefs

Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers Presents Challenges for Ginnie Mae

This briefing paper highlights challenges the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) faces in monitoring nonbanks and outlines our past, current, and future efforts to help it address those challenges. We are highlighting these challenges so HUD leadership is aware of and can be better prepared to address them.  OIG is focusing on Ginnie Mae’s capacity to monitor nonbanks with an ongoing audit.

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HUD OIG Topic Brief_GNMA Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers_Web.pdf
The online versions of nearly all OIG documents are presented in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). To view documents, you can download Adobe Reader for free.

March 13, 2017  |  Topic Briefs

Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers Presents Challenges for Ginnie Mae

This briefing paper highlights challenges the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) faces in monitoring nonbanks and outlines our past, current, and future efforts to help it address those challenges. We are highlighting these challenges so HUD leadership is aware of and can be better prepared to address them.  OIG is focusing on Ginnie Mae’s capacity to monitor nonbanks with an ongoing audit.

DOWNLOAD(S):

HUD OIG Topic Brief_GNMA Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers_Web.pdf
The online versions of nearly all OIG documents are presented in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). To view documents, you can download Adobe Reader for free.

March 13, 2017  |  Topic Briefs

Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers Presents Challenges for Ginnie Mae

This briefing paper highlights challenges the Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Mae) faces in monitoring nonbanks and outlines our past, current, and future efforts to help it address those challenges. We are highlighting these challenges so HUD leadership is aware of and can be better prepared to address them.  OIG is focusing on Ginnie Mae’s capacity to monitor nonbanks with an ongoing audit.

DOWNLOAD(S):

HUD OIG Topic Brief_GNMA Monitoring of Nonbank Issuers_Web.pdf
The online versions of nearly all OIG documents are presented in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF). To view documents, you can download Adobe Reader for free.

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