Fannie Mae said it is lobbying for "substantive" changes in a proposed risk-based capital rule that is under review by the Office of Management and Budget.

Fannie Mae's vice chairwoman, Jamie Gorelick, said the enterprise does not want to be locked into a risk-calculation model it hasn't had a hand in creating.

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