Lunch & Learn about the latest FHFA and HUD policy changes affecting lenders

The FHFA and HUD are vigorously pursuing equitable housing goals, which means big changes for lenders. In September, the FHFA rolled back the caps on high-risk loans that Fannie and Freddie can buy, then asked for input on the Equitable Housing Finance Plans it will require the GSEs to submit annually. HUD is coordinating with FHFA to ensure fair housing and fair lending across the board. This panel will feature industry trade group leaders talking about the recent FHFA/HUD changes and what lenders can expect as we head into 2022.

Sponsored by: Mortgage Capital Trading
Date & Time: November 5th, 12 pm CT

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Kris Kully
Mayer Brown


Elizabeth LaBerge
Senior Director of Advocacy & Counsel,
Credit Union National Association


Scott Olson
Executive Director,


Brendan McKay
President of Broker Advocacy,


Benjamin Coll
Director of Trade Desk Operations,


Sasha Hewlett
Director, Secondary & Capital Markets/Residential Policy,

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