Leaving the decision of how much capital private market players must hold to a new regulator may be a mistake, suggested Phil Swagel, a former Bush administration Treasury official.

Why Capital Is Key Battleground in GSE Reform Debate

The Senate Banking Committee is making progress toward drafting legislation to overhaul the mortgage finance market, but one of the biggest unresolved issues is how much skin in the game private market participants must have in return for a government guarantee.

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