|Coalition Support Letter Regarding S3533 - HR 6364 SECURE Notarization Act||116th Congress||03/26/20|
|G-Fee Coalition Letter||Congress||03/09/20|
|Joint Letter on GSE Reform||Congress, Administration||09/05/18|
|Joint Letter Supporting TRID Improvement Act of 2018 (S. 2490)||U.S. Senate||07/12/18|
|Thank You for Introducing the Community Institution Mortgage Relief Act of 2017||Representative Tenney||09/06/17|
|Comments on FHFA Climate Risk Management RFI||FHFA||04/19/21|
|Main St Coalition PSPA Changes||Treasury, FHFA||04/06/21|
|QM Loan Definition Delay CFPB Final||CFPB||04/05/21|
|Letter on FHA Condo Recommendations||HUD||03/11/21|
|FHFA Liquidity Requirements Letter||FHFA||03/09/21|
|Housing-Finance Reform: The Community Bank Perspective||Senate Banking Committee||Written Statement||09/10/19|
|Housing Finance: The Community Bank Perspective||Senate Banking Committee||Written Statement||03/26/19|
|Hearing: Housing Finance: Private Sector Perspectives on Housing Finance Reform||House Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance||Samuel A. Vallandingham||10/25/17|
|Hearing: Housing Finance Reform: Maintaining Access for Small Lenders||Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee||Jack E. Hopkins||07/20/17|
|Hearing: Principles of Housing Finance Reform||Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee||Written Statement||06/29/17|
ICBA said it agrees with the Federal Housing Finance Agency's approach to proposed liquidity requirements for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Background: The FHFA's proposal follows an approach similar to the liquidity requirements for Systemically Important Financial Institutions, adhering to the Basel III construct with a mandated liquidity coverage ratio, liquidity buffers, and net stable funding ratio.
Comments: Citing the proposal's alignment with the FHFA's regulatory capital framework issued in November, ICBA said it supports robust GSE capital liquidity requirements that balance safety and soundness, taxpayer protection, housing market liquidity, current economic conditions. Read ICBA letter.