The Ginnie Mae Remic program is the talk of Wall Street and a handful of investment firms are eagerly awaiting Ginnie's decision on who will be their financial adviser. They should know by mid-January.

A lot of prestige goes with the position and there are certainly profits to be made, but the Clinton administration's goals might be a little far-fetched, and many of the firms vying for the position have acknowledged that.

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