Frank Raines of Fannie Mae told thrift executives at a meeting here that his agency could help them control the risks of their seasoned loan portfolios as well as current loan production.

Mr. Raines, vice chairman of the Federal National Mortgage Association, or Fannie Mae, made his pitch for business to an audience of secondary market executives at a meeting Tuesday of America's Community Bankers, the thrift trade group.

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