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[Video] The many challenges facing Trump on promised GSE reform Posted December 1, 2016 / No comments Reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac moved from a backburner issue to a hot topic after Treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin revealed his plans for GSE reform in an interview on Wednesday.
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The Many Challenges Facing Trump on Promised GSE Reform HousingWire, Dec. 1, 2016–Swanson, Brena The idea and desire for GSE reform isn’t an easy hurdle to clear, said Jeb Mason, a partner with The Cypress Group.
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December 1, 2016. After moderating a panel on GSE reform at the J. ronald terwilliger foundation for Housing America’s Families Forum in Dallas on Nov. 18, Mason recapped the biggest challenges facing president-elect Donald Trump on reforming the GSEs. He should know. From December 2006 to January 2009, Mason served as Deputy Assistant Secretary.
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