CRTcast E6: Current State of the Market and Future Direction of CRT
Mike Reynolds, vice president of Credit Risk Transfer (CRT), has a conversation with Freddie Mac Single-Family’s Christian Valencia, vice president of CRT Investments and Capital Markets (I&CM), and Jeff Shue, senior director of CRT I&CM, about contributing factors that led up to the current state of the market, what’s happening now and what we’re likely to see for CRT in the upcoming quarter.
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Current State of the Market and Future Direction of CRT
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 the third quarter of 2022, Mike Reynolds sits down with Christian Valencia, vice president of CRT I&CM, and Jeff Shue, senior director of CRT I&CM, to talk about the current state of CRT market and what to expect in the next quarter.