Seven years might not seem all that long a tenure in the corporate world, but in the land of political appointees, Ted Tozer’s near-decade at the helm of Ginnie Mae was a true anomaly. Tozer was.
Little-known federal agency has backed dozens of mortgage lenders with checkered pasts. The trouble signs surrounding lend america had been building for years. A top executive was convicted of mortgage fraud but still helped run the company. Home loans made by its headquarters were defaulting at an extremely high rate.
The former head of Ginnie Mae says it is time to put some distance between the housing-securities insurer and its current parent, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Former Ginnie President Joseph Murin argues that the government-owned corporation’s status as part of HUD has hamstrung its operations.
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In the 1968 change, arising from the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968, Fannie Mae’s predecessor (also called Fannie Mae) was split into the current fannie mae and the Government National Mortgage Association ("Ginnie Mae").
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday that Kasper is stepping down from her roles as acting president, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Ginnie.
The Senate Banking Committee earlier today held a hearing to examine nominees for two key hud positions: michael Bright to serve as President of Ginnie Mae and Rae Oliver Davis to serve as HUD’s inspector general (ig). While both nominees appeared to enjoy bipartisan support, several Committee Democrats questioned Bright’s views on housing finance reform.
For his part, President. Ginnie Mae, Maren Kasper, will step down Oct. 18 “to pursue an opportunity in the private sector,” the agency and the Department of Housing and Urban Development announced.
HUD announced late Wednesday that Michael Bright, who has been. As acting president of Ginnie Mae, Kasper would oversee the agency's.
"Few if any predicted the unusual and rapid destruction of real-estate values that occurred," Robert Levin, former executive vice president and chief business. securities issued by Fannie Mae,
Murin has served as president of Ginnie Mae (2007-2008), after being nominated for the position by President Bush on Oct, 11, 2007.