The Federal Housing Finance Agency earlier this year killed a plan by the mortgage giant Fannie Mae to slash the cost of force-placed insurance. Now the agency is planning to convene hearings to learn more about the force-placed market — in private.

The meetings, slated for Thursday and Friday in Washington, are open only to "stakeholders," defined by the FHFA as big banks, insurers, insurance brokers, fellow regulators and representatives of trade and consumer groups. A copy of the agenda can be viewed here.

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