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Ofheos Risk Based Capital Stress Test Incorporating New Business Is Not Advisable

By General Accounting Office


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Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

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Excerpt: Results in Brief 2 Background 3 New Business Has a Substantial Impact on the Enterprises? Financial Health, Level of Risks, and Capital Adequacy 6 Incorporating New Business Assumptions Is Difficult and Inherently Speculative 10 Supervisory Review Can Be Another Effective Tool for Limiting the Potential Risks of New Business 16 Conclusions 18 Recommendation 19 Agency Comments and Our Evaluation 19 Appendix I HUD Regulates the Enterprises? Housing Goal Requirements 22 Appendix II The Business of the Enterprises 24 Appendix III Comments from Freddie Mac 26 Related GAO Products 27 Tables Table 1: Enterprise Purchases of Single-Family Mortgages Compared with Originations and the Prior Year?s Mortgage Portfolio, 1991-2000 7 Table 2: Selected Enterprise On-Balance Sheet Holdings and Liabilities as of December 31, 2001 24 Table 3: Total Mortgage Portfolio of the Enterprises, Year-End 2001 24 Table 4: Selected Data on Enterprise Income and Expenses for the year ending December 31, 2001 25 Contents...

 

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