As usual, FHFA’s new strategic plan is more rhetorical than real. Still, it has a noteworthy emphasis on ending the conservatorship, promulgating new standards, and enhancing inclusion not just at the GSEs and within FHFA, but also in credit access. Much of the diversity and inclusion rhetoric is unusual in a Republican-led agency, but there’s always next year.
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