GSE Reform Principals Promising Step in the Right Direction

March 11, 2014

Contact: Alison Hawkins
202-589-2427 |@fsroundtable


Washington, D.C. — The reform principles and agreement released today by Senate Banking Committee Chairman, Tim Johnson (D-SD) and Ranking Member Mike Crapo (R-ID) are a needed bipartisan step in the right direction.  Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) released the following statement today:

“The government housing finance monopoly should end and the reform principles and agreement announced today are a positive step towards needed reform,” said Tim Pawlenty, CEO of FSR. “We are pleased these principles and agreement reflect key reforms FSR has been advocating for, including a smooth transition to replacing the GSES with the private market participants and better protection for taxpayers. The time for reform is long overdue and we hope the broad, bipartisan support for the principles and agreement unveiled today helps propel action by the Senate.  FSR looks forward to seeing a full bill from Senators Johnson and Crapo.” 


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