Ted Tozer has been supportive of nonbanks' growing role in the government lending market, but focused on making sure they were compliant and financially sound.
Ted Tozer, Steward of Ginnie Mae for 7 Years, Departing
As president of the secondary marketing agency, Tozer has helped the mortgage market to continue functioning and keep up with changes following the financial crisis. The incoming Trump administration has not yet picked a successor.  more »
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In a candid, in-depth exit interview, Ted Tozer discusses Ginnie Mae's growth during his seven years at the agency's helm, the need for comprehensive housing finance reform, big banks' retreat from mortgages, counterparty risk management and more.
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