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AGENCY:

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, HUD.

ACTION:

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

SUMMARY:

The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) is proposing technical amendments to Appendix A to Subpart B Risk-Based Capital Regulation Methodology and Specifications of 12 CFR part 1750, (Risk-Based Capital Regulation). The proposed amendments are intended to enhance the accuracy and transparency of the calculation of the risk-based capital requirement for the Enterprises and updates the Risk-Based Capital Regulation to incorporate approved new activities treatments.

DATES:

Comments regarding this Notice of Proposed Rulemaking must be received in writing on or before July 26, 2006. For additional information, see SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION.

ADDRESSES:

You may submit your comments on the proposed rulemaking, identified by “RIN 2550-AA35,” by any of the following methods:

  • U.S. Mail, United Parcel Post, Federal Express, or Other Mail Service: The mailing address for comments is: Alfred M. Pollard, General Counsel, Attention: Comments/RIN 2550-AA35, Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, Fourth Floor, 1700 G Street, NW., Washington, DC 20552.
  • Hand Delivery/Courier: The hand delivery address is: Alfred M. Pollard, General Counsel, Attention: Comments/RIN 2550-AA35, Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, Fourth Floor, 1700 G Street, NW., Washington, DC 20552. The package should be logged at the Guard Desk, First Floor, on business days between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
  • E-mail: Comments to Alfred M. Pollard, General Counsel, may be sent by e-mail at RegComments@OFHEO.gov. Please include “RIN 2550-AA35” in the subject line of the message.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Isabella W. Sammons, Deputy General Counsel, telephone (202) 414-3790 or Jamie Schwing, Associate General Counsel, telephone (202) 414-3787 (not toll free numbers), Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, Fourth Floor, 1700 G Street, NW., Washington, DC 20552. The telephone number for the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf is (800) 877-8339.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Comments

The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) invites comments on all aspects of the proposed regulation, and will take all comments into consideration before issuing the final regulation. OFHEO requests that comments submitted in hard copy also be accompanied by the electronic version in Microsoft® Word or in portable document format (PDF) on 3.5″ disk or CD-ROM.

Copies of all comments will be posted on the OFHEO Internet web site at http://www.ofheo.gov. In addition, copies of all comments received will be available for examination by the public on business days between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, Fourth Floor, 1700 G Street, NW., Washington, DC 20552. To make an appointment to inspect comments, please call the Office of General Counsel at (202) 414-3751.

II. Background

Title XIII of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992, Pub. L. 102-550, titled the Federal Housing Enterprise Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1992 (Act) (12 U.S.C. 4501 et seq.) established OFHEO as an independent office within the Department of Housing and Urban Development to ensure that the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) (collectively, the Enterprises) are adequately capitalized, operate safely and soundly, and comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations.

In furtherance of its regulatory responsibilities, OFHEO published a final regulation setting forth a risk-based capital test which forms the basis for determining the risk-based capital requirement for each Enterprise.[1] The Risk-Based Capital Test has been amended to incorporate corrective and technical amendments that enhance the accuracy and transparency of the calculation of the risk-based capital requirement.[2] Since the last amendment Start Printed Page 36232to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, additional experience with the regulation has raised further operational and technical issues. OFHEO now proposes technical amendments to address four aspects of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation. The proposed technical amendments would incorporate additional interest rates indices, clarify definitions, incorporate approved new Enterprise activities and update treatment of certain mark-to-market accounting issues. These amendments are capital neutral and largely codify existing practice undertaken pursuant to the current Risk-Based Capital Regulation. In addition to the proposed technical amendments, OFHEO plans additional future rulemakings to address substantial topics such as making adjustments to the loss severity equations used to calculate Enterprise risk-based capital and the appropriateness of incorporating mark-to-market accounting into the Risk-Based Capital Regulation. OFHEO also plans to update the Minimum Capital Regulation to address fair value accounting and other issues.3

Although the changes set forth in this amendment are technical and are being proposed to incorporate proxy treatments, new activities, and updates already used to calculate Enterprise capital requirements, OFHEO welcomes comment as to whether these changes are optimal and on any additional issues mentioned herein. The proposed technical amendments are discussed in greater detail below.

A. Additional Interest Rate Indices

Due to developments in the mortgage and financial markets since the promulgation of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation and the introduction of a number of approved new activities at each Enterprise, OFHEO is proposing additions to the interest rate indices used to measure Enterprise risk. These new indices would be incorporated into the Risk-Based Capital Regulation through revisions to Table “3-18, Interest Rate and Index Inputs,” and Table “3-27, Non-Treasury Interest Rates,” of Appendix A to Subpart B. The new interest rate indices are the Constant Maturity Mortgage Index, 12 month Moving Treasury Average, One month Freddie Mac Reference Bill, Certificate of Deposits Index, 2 Year Swap, 3 Year Swap, 5 Year Swap, 10 Year Swap, and 30 Year Swap.

B. Revised Risk-Based Capital Regulation Definitions

Additional operational experience with the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, as well as financial and mortgage market developments, have led OFHEO to conclude that a number of defined terms in the Risk-Based Capital Regulation lack clarity or were otherwise insufficient. Proposed technical amendments in this area include changes to recognize that single family loans with interest-only periods have become common and that the Enterprises have acquired or guaranteed such loans. Sections 3.1.2.1, 3.6.3.3.1, and 3.6.3.3.2 of Appendix A to Subpart B, currently provide a treatment for loans with interest-only periods. However, the data definitions in sections 3.1.2.1, 3.6.3.3.1, and 3.6.3.3.2 assume only multifamily loans have this feature. OFHEO proposes modifications to the data definitions in those sections of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation to accommodate single family interest-only loans. In addition to the single family interest-only issue, there are more than 30 definitions related to deferred balances throughout the Risk-Based Capital Regulation. These definitions are not clear or consistent throughout the Risk-Based Capital Regulation and across product type. Finally, the Risk-Based Capital Regulation definition of “float days” in sections 3.1.2.1.1 and 3.6.3.7.2 would be revised to indicate more accurately that amounts referred to in that definition are based on weighted averages for a given loan group.

C. Incorporation of New Enterprise Activities

Section 3.11 of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation provides a method for recognizing and quantifying the capital impact of the innovations in the financial and mortgage markets that impact the risk profiles of the Enterprises. Section 3.11.3, Treatment of New Activities, sets forth the procedures by which new Enterprise activities are reported to OFHEO, analyzed by OFHEO to determine an appropriately conservative treatment, and incorporated into the risk-based capital calculation. The section also describes how each newly incorporated treatment is made available to the public for comment and possible further revision. Since the promulgation of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, many new activities treatments have been incorporated into the capital calculation and posted on the OFHEO web site for public comment. Because these new activities appear to be permanent and their treatments have proved effective, OFHEO is proposing to incorporate them into the text of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation. The proposed technical amendments regarding new activities treatments in section 3.6, whole loan cash flows, include treatments concerning reverse mortgages and split-rate arm loans. New activities treatments in section 3.8, nonmortgage instrument cash flows, relate to futures and options on futures, swaptions, consumer price index coupon linked instruments, and pre-refunded tax-exempt municipal bonds. The proposed amendments would appear at sections 3.6.3.3.1 and 3.8.3.6.2.

D. Update of Mark-to-Market Accounting Treatment

During the notice and comment development of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, commenters raised concerns regarding treatment of the impact of mark-to-market accounting. At that time, Financial Accounting Standard (FAS) 115 and FAS 133 required mark-to-market accounting for certain instruments. In response to the requirements of FAS 115 and FAS 133, and taking into account public comments, OFHEO determined to implement simplified procedures to allow the efficient and practical implementation of the stress test. Generally, the simplified procedures provide for the removal of the effects of mark-to-market accounting from the balance sheet such that the balance sheet is stated on an amortized cost basis.

Since the adoption of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, a number of new accounting standards have been adopted by the Financial Accounting Standards Board that introduce fair values to the balance sheet and that are similar in complexity to FAS 115 and FAS 133. OFHEO is proposing a technical amendment to Section 3.10.3.6.2 [a] of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation that would extend the current risk-based capital regulatory treatment of FAS 115 and FAS 133 to other accounting standards that require mark-to-market accounting. Under current guidance from OFHEO, the Enterprises back out the impact of the new mark-to-market accounting standards from their respective balance sheets prior to submitting their Risk-Based Capital Reports to OFHEO. The treatment set forth in the proposed amendment would codify this practice. Start Printed Page 36233

Regulatory Impacts

Executive Order 12866, Regulatory Planning and Review

The proposed technical amendments address provisions of the Risk-Based Capital Regulation. The proposed technical amendments incorporate new activities treatments of the Enterprises adopted in accordance with the Risk-Based Capital Regulation, corrections to certain definitions, updates to interest-rate indices and recognition of accounting rule changes adopted since the Risk-Based Capital Regulation was promulgated. The proposed technical amendments to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation are not classified as an economically significant rule under Executive Order 12866 because they would not result in an annual effect on the economy of $100 million or more or a major increase in costs or prices for consumers, individual industries, Federal, state or local government agencies, or geographic regions; or have significant adverse effects on competition, employment, investment, productivity, innovation, or on the ability of United States-based enterprises to compete with foreign-based enterprises in foreign or domestic markets. Accordingly, no regulatory impact assessment is required. Nevertheless, the proposed technical amendments were submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review under the provisions of Executive Order 12866 as a significant regulatory action.

Executive Order 13132, Federalism

Executive Order 13132 requires that Executive departments and agencies identify regulatory actions that have significant federalism implications. A regulation has federalism implications if it has substantial direct effects on the states, on the relationship or distribution of power between the Federal Government and the states, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among various levels of government. The Enterprises are federally chartered entities supervised by OFHEO. The proposed technical amendments to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation address matters which the Enterprises must comply with for Federal regulatory purposes. The proposed technical amendments to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation address matters regarding the risk-based capital calculation for the Enterprises and therefore do not affect in any manner the powers and authorities of any state with respect to the Enterprises or alter the distribution of power and responsibilities between Federal and state levels of government. Therefore, OFHEO has determined that the proposed amendments to the Capital regulation have no federalism implications that warrant preparation of a Federalism Assessment in accordance with Executive Order 13132.

Paperwork Reduction Act

These amendments do not contain any information collection requirements that require the approval of OMB under the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.).

Regulatory Flexibility Act

The Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.) requires that a regulation that has a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities, small businesses, or small organizations must include an initial regulatory flexibility analysis describing the regulation's impact on small entities. Such an analysis need not be undertaken if the agency has certified that the regulation does not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. 5 U.S.C. 605(b). OFHEO has considered the impact of the proposed technical amendments to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation under the Regulatory Flexibility Act. The General Counsel of OFHEO certifies that the proposed technical amendments to the Risk-Based Capital Regulation are not likely to have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small business entities because the regulation is applicable only to the Enterprises, which are not small entities for purposes of the Regulatory Flexibility Act.

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List of Subjects in 12 CFR Part 1750

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Accordingly, for the reasons stated in the preamble, OFHEO amends 12 CFR part 1750 as follows:

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PART 1750—CAPITAL

1. The authority citation for part 1750 continues to read as follows:

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Authority: 12 U.S.C. 4513, 4514, 4611, 4612, 4614, 4615, 4618.

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2. Amend Appendix A to subpart B of part 1750 as follows:

a. Revise Table 3-2 in paragraph 3.1.2.1 [c];

b. Revise Table 3-4 in paragraph 3.1.2.1 [c];

c. Revise Table 3-5 in paragraph 3.1.2.1.1;

d. Revise Table 3-8 in paragraph 3.1.2.1.1;

e. Revise Table 3-9 in paragraph 3.1.2.1.1;

f. Revise Table 3-12 in paragraph 3.1.2.2 [a];

g. Revise Table 3-13 in paragraph 3.1.2.2 [b];

h. Revise Table 3-14 in paragraph 3.1.2.2 [c];

i. Revise Table 3-15 in paragraph 3.1.2.3;

j. Revise Table 3-16 in paragraph 3.1.2.4;

k. Revise Table 3-18 in paragraph 3.1.3.1 [c];

l. Revise Table 3-27 in paragraph 3.3.3 [a] 3. b.;

m. Redesignate paragraphs 3.6.3.3.1 [d] and [e] as new paragraphs 3.6.3.3.1. [c] 5. and [c] 6., respectively;

n. Add new paragraphs 3.6.3.3.1 [c] 7. and [c] 8.;

o. Revise Table 3-32 in paragraph 3.6.3.3.2;

p. Revise Table 3-51 in paragraph 3.6.3.7.2;

q. Revise Table 3-54 in paragraph 3.6.3.8.2;

r. Revise Table 3-56 in paragraph 3.7.2.1.1;

s. Revise Table 3-57 in paragraph 3.7.2.1.2 [a];

t. Revise Table 3-58 in paragraph 3.7.2.1.3 [a];

u. Revise Table 3-66 in paragraph 3.8.2 [a];

v. Redesignate paragraph 3.8.3.6.2 [d] as new paragraph 3.8.3.6.2 [h];

w. Add new paragraphs 3.8.3.6.2 [d] thru [g];

x. Revise Table 3-70 in paragraph 3.9.2;

y. Amend paragraphs 3.10.3.6.2 [a] 1. a. and b.

The revisions and additions read as follows:

Appendix A to Subpart B of Part 1750—Risk-Based Capital Test Methodology and Specifications

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3.1.2.1 * * *

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Table 3-2—Whole Loan Classification Variables

VariableDescriptionRange
Reporting DateThe last day of the quarter for the loan group activity that is being reported to OFHEOYYYY0331 YYYY0630 YYYY0930 YYYY1231
EnterpriseEnterprise submitting the loan group dataFannie Mae Freddie Mac
Business TypeSingle family or multifamilySingle family Multifamily
Portfolio TypeRetained portfolio or Sold portfolioRetained Portfolio Sold Portfolio
Government FlagConventional or Government insured loanConventional Government
Original LTVAssigned LTV classes based on the ratio, in percent, between the original loan amount and the lesser of the purchase price or appraised valueLTV<=60 60 <LTV<=70 70 <LTV<=75 75 <LTV<=80 80 <LTV<=90 90 <LTV<=95 95 <LTV<=100 100 <LTV
Interest-only FlagIndicates if the loan is currently paying interest-only. Loans that started as I/Os and are currently amortizing should be flagged as ‘N’Yes No
Current Mortgage Interest RateAssigned classes for the current mortgage interest rate0.0<=Rate<4.0 4.0<=Rate<5.0 5.0<=Rate<6.0 6.0<=Rate<7.0 7.0<=Rate<8.0 8.0<=Rate<9.0 9.0<=Rate<10.0 10.0<=Rate<11.0 11.0<=Rate<12.0 12.0<=Rate<13.0 13.0<=Rate<14.0 14.0<=Rate<15.0 15.0<=Rate<16.0 Rate=>16.0
Original Mortgage Interest RateAssigned classes for the original mortgage interest rate0.0<=Rate<4.0 4.0<=Rate<5.0 5.0<=Rate<6.0 6.0<=Rate<7.0 7.0<=Rate<8.0 8.0<=Rate<9.0 9.0<=Rate<10.0 10.0<=Rate<11.0 11.0<=Rate<12.0 12.0<=Rate<13.0 13.0<=Rate<14.0 14.0<=Rate<15.0 15.0<=Rate<16.0 Rate=>16.0
Mortgage AgeAssigned classes for the age of the loan0<=Age<=12 12<Age<=24 24<Age<=36 36<Age<=48 48<Age<=60 60<Age<=72 72<Age<=84 84<Age<=96 96<Age<=108 108<Age<=120 120<Age<=132 132<Age<=144 144<Age<=156 156<Age<=168 168<Age<=180 Age>180
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Rate Reset PeriodAssigned classes for the number of months between rate adjustmentsPeriod=1 1<Period<=4 4<Period<=9 9<Period<=15 15<Period<=60 60<Period<999 Period=999 (not applicable)
Payment Reset PeriodAssigned classes for the number of months between payment adjustments after the duration of the teaser ratePeriod<=9 9<Period<=15 15<Period<999 Period=999 (not applicable)
ARM IndexSpecifies the type of index used to determine the interest rate at each adjustmentFHLB 11th District Cost of Funds. 1 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds. 3 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
6 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
12 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
24 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
36 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
60 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
120 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
360 Month Federal Agency Cost of Funds.
Overnight Federal Funds (Effective).
1 Week Federal Funds
6 Month Federal Funds
1 month LIBOR
3 Month LIBOR
6 Month LIBOR
12 Month LIBOR
Conventional Mortgage Rate.
15 Year Fixed Mortgage Rate.
7 Year Balloon Mortgage Rate.
Prime Rate
1 Month Treasury Bill
3 Month CMT
6 Month CMT
12 Month CMT
24 Month CMT
36 Month CMT
60 Month CMT
120 Month CMT
240 Month CMT
360 Month CMT
Cap Type FlagIndicates if a loan group is rate-capped, payment-capped or uncappedPayment Capped Rate Capped No periodic rate cap
OFHEO Ledger CodeOFHEO-specific General Ledger account number used in the Stress TestAppropriate OFHEO Ledger Code based on the chart of accounts.
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Table 3-4—Additional Multifamily Loan Classification Variables

VariableDescriptionRange
Multifamily Product CodeIdentifies the mortgage product types for multifamily loansFixed Rate Fully Amortizing Adjustable Rate Fully Amortizing 5 Year Fixed Rate Balloon
7 Year Fixed Rate Balloon
10 Year Fixed Rate Balloon
15 Year Fixed Rate Balloon
Balloon ARM Other
New Book Flag“New Book” is applied to Fannie Mae loans acquired beginning in 1988 and Freddie Mac loans acquired beginning in 1993, except for loans that were refinanced to avoid a default on a loan originated or acquired earlierNew Book Old Book
Ratio Update FlagIndicates if the LTV and DCR were updated at origination or at Enterprise acquisitionYes No
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Current DCRAssigned classes for the Debt Service Coverage Ratio based on the most recent annual operating statementDCR<1.00 1.00<=DCR<1.10 1.10<=DCR<1.20 1.20<=DCR<1.30 1.30<=DCR<1.40 1.40<=DCR<1.50
1.50<=DCR<1.60
1.60<=DCR<1.70
1.70<=DCR<1.80
1.80<=DCR<1.90
1.90<=DCR<2.00
2.00<=DCR<2.50
2.50<=DCR<4.00
DCR>=4.00
Prepayment Penalty FlagIndicates if prepayment of the loan is subject to active prepayment penalties or yield maintenance provisionsYes No
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Table 3-5—Mortgage Amortization Calculation Inputs

VariableDescription
Rate Type (Fixed or Adjustable)
Product Type (30/20/15-Year FRM, ARM, Balloon, Government, etc.)
UPBORIGUnpaid Principal Balance at Origination (aggregate for Loan Group)
UPB0Unpaid Principal Balance at start of Stress Test (aggregate for Loan Group), adjusted by UPB scale factor
MIR0Mortgage Interest Rate for the Mortgage Payment prior to the start of the Stress Test, or Initial Mortgage Interest Rate for new loans (weighted average for Loan Group) (expressed as a decimal per annum)
PMT0Amount of the Mortgage Payment (Principal and Interest) prior to the start of the Stress Test, or first Payment for new loans (aggregate for Loan Group), adjusted by UPB scale factor
ATOriginal loan Amortizing Term in months (weighted average for Loan Group)
RMRemaining term to Maturity in months (i.e., number of contractual payments due between the start of the Stress Test and the contractual maturity date of the loan) (weighted average for Loan Group)
A0Age of the loan at the start of Stress Test, in months (weighted average for Loan Group)
IRPInitial Rate Period, in months
Interest-only Flag
RIOPRemaining Interest-only period, in months (weighted average for loan group)
UPB Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported UPB to published financials
Additional Interest Rate Inputs
GFRGuarantee Fee Rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)
SFRServicing Fee Rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)
Additional Inputs for ARMs (weighted averages for Loan Group, except for Index)
INDEXmMonthly values of the contractual Interest Rate Index
LBLook-Back period, in months
MARGINLoan Margin (over index), decimal per annum
RRPRate Reset Period, in months
Rate Reset Limit (up and down), decimal per annum
Maximum Rate (life cap), decimal per annum
Minimum Rate (life floor), decimal per annum
NACNegative Amortization Cap, decimal fraction of UPBORIG
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Unlimited Payment Reset Period, in months
PRPPayment Reset Period, in months
Payment Reset Limit, as decimal fraction of prior payment
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Table 3-8—Miscellaneous Whole Loan Cash and Accounting Flow Inputs

VariableDescription
GFGuarantee Fee rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)
FDSFloat Days for Scheduled Principal and Interest (weighted average for Loan Group)
FDPFloat Days for Prepaid Principal (weighted average for Loan Group)
FREPFraction Repurchased (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal)
RMRemaining Term to Maturity in months
UPD0Sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., for the loan group, such that the unamortized balance equals the book value minus the face value for the loan group at the start of the Stress Test, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Unamortized Balance Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Unamortized Balance to published financials
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Table 3-9—Additional Inputs for Repurchased MBS

VariableDescription
Wtd Ave Percent RepurchasedFor sold loan groups, the percent of the loan group UPB that gives the actual dollar amount of loans that collateralize single class MBSs that the Enterprise holds in its own portfolio.
SUPD0The aggregate sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., associated with the securities modeled using the Wtd Ave Percent Repurchased, such that the unamortized balance equals the book value minus the face value for the relevant securities at the start of the Stress Test, adjusted by the percent repurchased and the Security Unamortized Balance Scale Factor.
Security Unamortized Balances Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Security Unamortized Balances to published financials
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3.1.2.2 * * *

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Table 3-12—Inputs for Single Class MBS Cash Flows

VariableDescription
Pool NumberA unique number identifying each mortgage pool
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
IssuerIssuer of the mortgage pool
Government FlagIndicates Government insured collateral
Original UPB AmountOriginal pool balance adjusted by UPB scale factor and multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current UPB AmountInitial Pool balance (at the start of the StressTest), adjusted by UPB scale factor and multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Product CodeMortgage product type for the pool
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Security Rate IndexIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the index that the adjustment is based on
Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Wt Avg Original Amortization TermOriginal amortization term of the underlying loans, in months (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Remaining Term of MaturityRemaining maturity of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg AgeAge of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Current Mortgage Interest rateMortgage Interest Rate of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Pass-Through RatePass-Through Rate of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (Sold loans only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wtg Avg Original Mortgage Interest RateThe current UPB weighted average mortgage interest rate in effect at origination for the loans in the pool
Security RatingThe most current rating issued by any Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) for this security, as of the reporting date
Wt Avg Gross MarginGross margin for the underlying loans (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Net MarginNet margin (used to determine the security rate for ARM MBS) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Rate Reset PeriodRate reset period in months (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Rate Reset LimitRate reset limit up/down (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Life Interest Rate CeilingMaximum rate (lifetime cap) (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Life Interest Rate FloorMinimum rate (lifetime floor) (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Payment Reset PeriodPayment reset period in months (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Payment Reset LimitPayment reset limit up/down (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Lockback PeriodThe number of months to look back from the interest rate change date to find the index value that will be used to determine the next interest rate. (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Negative Amortization CapThe maximum amount to which the balance can increase before the payment is recast to a fully amortizing amount. It is expressed as a fraction of the original UPB. (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Original Mortgage Interest RateThe current UPB weighted average original mortgage interest rate for the loans in the pool
Wt Avg Initial Interest Rate PeriodNumber of months between the loan origination date and the first rate adjustment date (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Unlimited Payment Reset PeriodNumber of months between unlimited payment resets, i.e., not limited by payment caps, starting with origination date (weighted average for underlying loans)
Notional FlagIndicates if the amounts reported in Original Security Balance and Current Security Balance are notional
UPB Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported UPB to published financials
Unamortized Balance Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Unamortized Balance to published financials
Whole Loan Modeling FlagIndicates that the Current UPB Amount and Unamortized Balance associated with this repurchased MBS are included in the Wtg Avg Percent Repurchased and Security Unamortized Balance fields
FAS 115 ClassificationThe financial instrument's classification according to FAS 115
HPGRKVector of House Price Growth Rates for quarters q=1...40 of the Stress Period.
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3.1.2.2 * * *

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Table 3-13—Information for Multi-Class and Derivative MBS Cash Flows Inputs

VariableDescription
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
IssuerIssuer of the security: FNMA, FHLMC, GNMA or other
Original Security BalanceOriginal principal balance of the security (notional amount for interest-only securities) at the time of issuance, adjusted by UPB scale factor, multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security BalanceInitial principal balance, or notional amount, at the start of the Stress Period, adjusted by UPB scale factor, multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security Percentage OwnedThe percentage of a security's total current balance owned by the Enterprise
Notional FlagIndicates if the amounts reported in Original Security Balance and Current Security Balance are notional
Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Unamortized Balance Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Unamortized Balance to published financials
UPB Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling the reported current security balance to published financials
Security RatingThe most current rating issued by any Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) for this security, as of the reporting date
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Table 3-14—Inputs for MRBs and Derivative MBS Cash Flows Inputs

VariableDescription
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
Original Security BalanceOriginal principal balance, adjusted by UPB scale factor and multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security BalanceInitial principal balance (at start of Stress Period), adjusted by UPB scale factor and multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by Unamortized Balance scale factor
Unamortized Balance Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Unamortized Balance to published financials
UPB Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling the reported current security balance to published financials
Floating Rate FlagIndicates the instrument pays interest at a floating rate
Issue DateThe issue date of the security
Maturity DateThe stated maturity date of the security
Security Interest RateThe rate at which the security earns interest, as of the reporting date
Principal Payment Window Starting Date, Down-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to start for the security under the statutory “down” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Ending Date, Down-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to end for the security under the statutory “down” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Starting Date, Up-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to start for the security under the statutory “up” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Ending Date, Up-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to end for the security under the statutory “up” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Notional FlagIndicates if the amounts reported in Original Security Balance and Current Security Balance are notional
Security RatingThe most current rating issued by any Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) for this security, as of the reporting date
Security Rate IndexIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the index on which the adjustment is based
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Security Rate Index CoefficientIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the coefficient is the number used to multiply by the value of the index
Security Rate Index SpreadIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the spread is added to the value of the index multiplied by the coefficient to determine the new rate
Security Rate Adjustment FrequencyThe number of months between rate adjustments
Security Interest Rate CeilingThe maximum rate (lifetime cap) on the security
Security Interest Rate FloorThe minimum rate (lifetime floor) on the security
Life Ceiling Interest RateThe maximum interest rate allowed throughout the life of the security
Life Floor Interest RateThe minimum interest rate allowed throughout the life of security
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Table 3-15—Input Variables for Nonmortgage Instrument Cashflows

Data ElementsDescription
Amortization Methodology CodeEnterprise method of amortizing deferred balances (e.g., straight line)
Asset IDCUSIP or Reference Pool Number identifying the asset underlying a derivative position
Asset Type CodeCode that identifies asset type used in the commercial information service (e.g., ABS, Fannie Mae pool, Freddie Mac pool)
Associated Instrument IDInstrument ID of an instrument linked to another instrument
CoefficientIndicates the extent to which the coupon is leveraged or de-leveraged
Compound IndicatorIndicates if interest is compounded
Compounding FrequencyIndicates how often interest is compounded
Counterparty Credit RatingNRSRO's rating for the counterparty
Counterparty Credit Rating TypeAn indicator identifying the counterparty's credit rating as short-term (‘S’) or long-term (‘L’)
Counterparty IDEnterprise counterparty tracking ID
Country CodeStandard country codes in compliance with Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 10-4
Credit Agency CodeIdentifies NRSRO (e.g., Moody's)
Current Asset Face AmountCurrent face amount of the asset underlying a swap adjusted by UPB scale factor
Current CouponCurrent coupon or dividend rate of the instrument
Current Unamortized DiscountCurrent unamortized premium or unaccreted discount of the instrument adjusted by Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Current Unamortized FeesCurrent unamortized fees associated with the instrument adjusted by Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. Generally fees associated with the issuance of debt or derivatives should be negative numbers. Fees associated with the purchase of an asset should generally be reported as positive numbers
Current Unamortized HedgeCurrent unamortized hedging gains (positive) or losses (negative) associated with the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Current Unamortized OtherAny other unamortized items originally associated with the instrument adjusted by Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
CUSIP_ISINCUSIP or ISIN Number identifying the instrument
Day CountDay count convention (e.g., 30/360)
End DateThe last index repricing date
EOP Principal BalanceEnd of Period face, principal or notional, amount of the instrument adjusted by UPB scale factor
Exact RepresentationIndicates that an instrument is modeled according to its contractual terms
Exercise ConventionIndicates option exercise convention (e.g., American Option)
Exercise PricePar=1.0; Options
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First Coupon DateDate first coupon is received or paid
Index CapIndicates maximum index rate
Index FloorIndicates minimum index rate
Index Reset FrequencyIndicates how often the interest rate index resets on floating-rate instruments
Index CodeIndicates the interest rate index to which floating-rate instruments are tied (e.g., LIBOR)
Index TermPoint on yield curve, expressed in months, upon which the index is based
Instrument Credit RatingNRSRO credit rating for the instrument
Instrument Credit Rating TypeAn indicator identifying the instruments credit rating as short-term (‘S’) or long-term (‘L’)
Instrument IDAn integer used internally by the Enterprise that uniquely identifies the instrument
Interest Currency CodeIndicates currency in which interest payments are paid or received
Interest Type CodeIndicates the method of interest rate payments (e.g., fixed, floating, step, discount)
Issue DateIndicates the date that the instrument was issued
Life Cap RateThe maximum interest rate for the instrument throughout its life
Life Floor RateThe minimum interest rate for the instrument throughout its life
Look-Back PeriodPeriod from the index reset date, expressed in months, that the index value is derived
Maturity DateDate that the instrument contractually matures
Notional IndicatorIdentifies whether the face amount is notional
Instrument Type CodeIndicates the type of instrument to be modeled (e.g., ABS, Cap, Swap)
Option IndicatorIndicates if instrument contains an option
Option TypeIndicates option type (e.g., Call option)
Original Asset Face AmountOriginal face amount of the asset underlying a swap adjusted by UPB scale factor
Original DiscountOriginal premium or discount associated with the purchase or sale of the instrument adjusted by Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Original FaceOriginal face, principal or notional, amount of the instrument adjusted by UPB scale factor
Original FeesFees or commissions paid at the time of purchase or sale adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. Generally fees associated with the issuance of debt or derivatives should be negative numbers. Fees associated with the purchase of an asset should generally be reported as positive numbers
Original HedgeGains (positive) or losses (negative) from closing out a hedge associated with the instrument at settlement, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Original OtherAny other items originally associated with the instrument to be amortized or accreted adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds of the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Parent Entity IDEnterprise internal tracking ID for parent entity
Payment AmountInterest payment amount associated with the instrument (reserved for complex instruments where interest payments are not modeled) adjusted by UPB scale factor
Payment FrequencyIndicates how often interest payments are made or received
Performance Date“As of” date on which the data is submitted
Periodic AdjustmentThe maximum amount that the interest rate for the instrument can change per reset
Position CodeIndicates whether the Enterprise pays or receives interest on the instrument
Principal Currency CodeIndicates currency in which principal payments are paid or received
Principal Factor AmountEOP Principal Balance expressed as a percentage of Original Face
Principal Payment DateA valid date identifying the date that principal is paid
Settlement DateA valid date identifying the date the settlement occurred
SpreadAn amount added to an index to determine an instrument's interest rate
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Start DateThe date, spot or forward, when some feature of a financial contract becomes effective (e.g., Call Date), or when interest payments or receipts begin to be calculated
Strike RateThe price or rate at which an option begins to have a settlement value at expiration, or, for interest-rate caps and floors, the rate that triggers interest payments
Submitting EntityIndicates which Enterprise is submitting information
Trade IDUnique code identifying the trade of an instrument
Transaction CodeIndicates the transaction that an Enterprise is initiating with the instrument (e.g., buy, issue reopen)
Transaction DateA valid date identifying the date the transaction occurred
UPB Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported UPB to published financials
Unamortized Balances Scale FactorFactor determined by reconciling reported Unamortized Balances to published financials
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Table 3-16—Inputs for Alternative Modeling Treatment Items

VariableDescription
TYPEType of item (asset, liability or off-balance-sheet item)
BOOKBook Value of item (amount outstanding adjusted for deferred items)
FACEFace Value or notional balance of item for off-balance sheet items
REMATURRemaining Contractual Maturity of item in whole months. Any fraction of a month equals one whole month
RATEInterest Rate
INDEXIndex used to calculate Interest Rate
FAS 115Designation that the item is recorded at fair value, according to FAS 115
RATINGInstrument or counterparty rating
FHAIn the case of off-balance-sheet guarantees, a designation indicating 100% of collateral is guaranteed by FHA
MARGINMargin over an Index
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Table 3-18—Interest Rate and Index Inputs

Interest rate indexDescriptionSource
1 MO Treasury BillOne-month Treasury bill yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as actual/360Bloomberg Generic 1 Month U.S. Treasury bill Ticker: GB1M (index)
3 MO CMTThree-month constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
6 MO CMTSix-month constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
1 YR CMTOne-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
2 YR CMTTwo-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
3 YR CMTThree-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
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5 YR CMTFive-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
10 YR CMTTen-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
20 YR CMTTwenty-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yieldFederal Reserve H.15 Release
30 YR CMTThirty-year constant maturity Treasury yield, monthly simple average of daily rate, quoted as bond equivalent yield; after February 15, 2002, estimated according to the Department of the Treasury methodology using long-term average rates and extrapolation factors as referenced in OFHEO guideline 402Federal Reserve H.15 Release, Extrapolation Factors used for estimation, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury
12-mo Moving Treasury Average (MTA)12-month Federal Reserve cumulative average 1 year CMT, monthly simple average of daily rate.Bloomberg Ticker: 12MTA (Index)
Overnight Fed Funds (Effective)Overnight effective Federal Funds rate, monthly simple average of daily rateFederal Reserve H.15 Release
Certificate of Deposits Index (CODI)12-month average of monthly published yields on 3-month certificates of deposit, based on the Federal Reserve Board statistical release, H-15Bloomberg Ticker: COF CODI (index)
1 Week Federal Funds1 week Federal Funds rate, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Term Fed Funds U.S. Domestic Ticker: GFED01W (index)
6 Month Fed Funds6 month Federal Funds rate, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Term Fed Funds U.S. Domestic Ticker: GFED06M (index)
Conventional Mortgage RateFHLMC (Freddie Mac) contract interest rates for 30 YR fixed-rate mortgage commitments, monthly average of weekly ratesFederal Reserve H.15 Release
Constant Maturity Mortgage (CMM) IndexBond equivalent yield on TBA mortgage-backed security which prices at the par priceTradeWeb
1-mo Freddie Mac Reference Bill1-month Freddie Mac Reference Bill, actual price and yield by auction dateFreddiemac.com Web site: http://www.freddiemac.com/​debt/​data/​cgi-bin/​refbillaucres.cgi?​order=​AD
FHLB 11th District COF11th District (San Francisco) weighted average cost of funds for savings and loans, monthlyBloomberg Cost of Funds for the 11th District Ticker: COF11 (index)
1 MO LIBOROne-month London Interbank Offered Rate, average of bid and asked, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360British Bankers Association Bloomberg Ticker: US0001M (index)
3 MO LIBORThree-month London Interbank Offered Rate, average of bid and asked, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360British Bankers Association Bloomberg Ticker: US0003M (index)
6 MO LIBORSix-month London Interbank Offered Rate, average of bid and asked, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360British Bankers Association Bloomberg Ticker: US0006M (index)
12 MO LIBOROne-year London Interbank Offered Rate, average of bid and asked, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360British Bankers Association Bloomberg Ticker: US0012M (index)
Prime RatePrevailing rate as quoted, monthly average of daily ratesFederal Reserve H.15 Release
1 MO Federal Agency COFOne-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360Bloomberg Generic 1 Month Agency Discount Note Yield. Ticker: AGDN030Y (index)
3 MO Federal Agency COFThree-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360Bloomberg Generic 3 Month Agency Discount Note Yield. Ticker: AGDN090Y (index)
6 MO Federal Agency COFSix-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360Bloomberg Generic 6 Month Agency Discount Note Yield. Ticker: AGDN180Y (index)
1 YR Federal Agency COFOne-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds, monthly simple average of daily rates, quoted as actual/360Bloomberg Generic 12 Month Agency Discount Note Yield. Ticker: AGDN360Y (index)
2 YR Federal Agency COFTwo-year Federal Agency Fair Market Yield, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Generic 2 Year Agency Fair Market Yield. Ticker: CO842Y (index)
3 YR Federal Agency COFThree-year Federal Agency Fair Market Yield, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Generic 3 Year Agency Fair Market Yield. Ticker: CO843Y (index)
5 YR Federal Agency COFFive-year Federal Agency Fair Market Yield, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Generic 5 Year Agency Fair Market Yield. Ticker: CO845Y (index)
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10 YR Federal Agency COFTen-year Federal Agency Fair Market Yield, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Generic 10 Year Agency Fair Market Yield. Ticker: CO8410Y (index)
30 YR Federal Agency COFThirty-year Federal Agency Fair Market Yield, monthly simple average of daily ratesBloomberg Generic 30 Year Agency Fair Market Yield. Ticker: CO8430Y (index)
15 YR fixed-rate mortgageFHLMC (Freddie Mac) contract interest rates for 15 YR fixed-rate mortgage commitments, monthly average of FHLMC (Freddie Mac) contract interest rates for 15 YRBloomberg FHLMC 15 YR, 10 day commitment rate. Ticker: FHCR1510 (index)
7-year balloon mortgage rateSeven-year balloon mortgage, equal to the Conventional Mortgage Rate less 50 basis pointsComputed
2-yr Swap2-yr U.S. Dollar Swap Rate, quoted as semi-annually fixed rate vs. 3-mo U.S. dollarBloomberg Ticker: USSWAP2 (index)
3-yr Swap3-yr U.S. Dollar Swap Rate, quoted as semi-annually fixed rate vs. 3-mo U.S. dollar LIBORBloomberg Ticker: USSWAP3 (Index)
5-yr Swap5-yr U.S. Dollar Swap Rate, quoted as semi-annually fixed rate vs. 3-mo U.S. dollar LIBORBloomberg Ticker: USSWAP5 (Index)
10-yr Swap10-yr U.S. Dollar Swap Rate, quoted as semi-annually fixed rate vs. 3-mo U.S. dollar LIBORBloomberg Ticker: USSWAP10 (Index)
30-yr Swap30-yr U.S. Dollar Swap Rate, quoted as semi-annually fixed rate vs. 3-mo U.S. dollar LIBORBloomberg Ticker: USSWAP30 (Index)

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Table 3-27—Non-Treasury Interest Rates

Mortgage RatesSpread Based on
15-year Fixed-rate Mortgage Rate10-year CMT
30-year Conventional Mortgage Rate10-year CMT
7-year Balloon Mortgage Rate(computed from Conventional Mortgage Rate)
Constant Maturity Mortgage Index10-year CMT
Other Non-Treasury Interest Rates
Overnight Fed Funds1-month Treasury Yield
7-day Fed Funds1-month Treasury Yield
1-month LIBOR1-month Treasury Yield
1-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds1-month Treasury Yield
12-mo Moving Treasury Average1-month Treasury Yield
3-month LIBOR3-month CMT
3-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds3-month CMT
PRIME3-month CMT
6-month LIBOR6-month CMT
6-month Federal Agency Cost of Funds6-month CMT
6-month Fed Funds6-month CMT
FHLB 11th District Cost of Funds1-year CMT
12-month LIBOR1-year CMT
1-mo Freddie Mac Reference Bill1-year CMT
Certificate of Deposits Index1-year CMT
1-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds1-year CMT
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2-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds2-year CMT
3-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds3-year CMT
5-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds5-year CMT
10-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds10-year CMT
30-year Federal Agency Cost of Funds30-year CMT
2-yr Swap2-year CMT
3-yr Swap3-year CMT
5-yr Swap5-year CMT
10-yr Swap10-year CMT
30-yr Swap30-year CMT
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[c] * * *

7. Reverse Mortgages. In a reverse mortgage, a borrower receives one or more payments from the lender and the lender is repaid with a lump sum when the borrower dies, sells the property or moves out of the home permanently. The stress test models reverse mortgages as a ladder of zero-coupon securities:

a. 11 proxy securities for each reverse mortgage program are created.

b. A 10% conditional payment rate is used to create the zero-coupon securities that will mature in every year of the stress test. The zero-coupon securities are a laddered series of floating-rate coupon-bearing accreting bonds with a first payment date at maturity.

c. The 11th zero-coupon security will mature three months after the stress test to reflect the 35% of UPB not paid down during the stress period.

d. An OFHEO credit rating equivalent to AAA for the FHA insured programs and AA for other reverse mortgage programs is assigned.

8. Split-Rate ARM Loans. In split-rate ARM loans, the principal portion of the payment is based on a fixed-rate amortization schedule while the interest portion is based on a floating rate index. These multifamily loans are available as fully amortizing product or with a balloon feature. The stress test model does not provide treatment for split-rate ARM loans. Split-rate loans shall be treated as ARMs when they are issued without a balloon payment feature or as Balloon ARMs when the loans contain a balloon payment feature.

3.6.3.3.2 * * *

Table 3-32—Loan Group Inputs for Mortgage Amortization Calculation

Variable*DescriptionSource
Rate Type (Fixed or Adjustable)RBC Report
Product Type (30/20/15-Year FRM, ARM, Balloon, Government, etc.)RBC Report
UPBORIGUnpaid Principal Balance at Origination (aggregate for Loan Group)RBC Report
UPB0Unpaid Principal Balance at start of Stress Test (aggregate for Loan Group)RBC Report
MIR0Mortgage Interest Rate for the Mortgage Payment prior to the start of the Stress Test, or Initial Mortgage Interest Rate for new loans (weighted average for Loan Group) (expressed as a decimal per annum)RBC Report
PMT0Amount of the Mortgage Payment (Principal and Interest) prior to the start of the Stress Test, or first payment for new loans (aggregate for Loan Group)RBC Report
ATOriginal loan Amortizing Term in months (weighted average for Loan Group)RBC Report
RMRemaining term to Maturity in months (i.e., number of contractual payments due between the start of the Stress Test and the contractual maturity date of the loan) (weighted average for Loan Group)RBC Report
A0Age immediately prior to the start of the Stress Test, in months (weighted average for Loan Group)RBC Report
Interest-only FlagRBC Report
RIOPRemaining Interest-only period, in months (weighted average for loan group)RBC Report
Additional Interest Rate Inputs
GFRGuarantee Fee Rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)RBC Report
SFRServicing Fee Rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)RBC Report
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Additional Inputs for ARMs (weighted averages for Loan Group, except for Index)
INDEXmMonthly values of the contractual Interest Rate Indexsection 3.3, Interest Rates
LBLook-Back period, in monthsRBC Report
MARGINLoan Margin (over index), decimal per annumRBC Report
RRPRate Reset Period, in monthsRBC Report
Rate Reset Limit (up and down), decimal per annumRBC Report
Maximum Rate (life cap), decimal per annumRBC Report
Minimum Rate (life floor), decimal per annumRBC Report
NACNegative Amortization Cap, decimal fraction of UPBORIGRBC Report
Unlimited Payment Reset Period, in monthsRBC Report
PRPPayment Reset Period, in monthsRBC Report
Payment Reset Limit, as decimal fraction of prior paymentRBC Report
IRPInitial Rate Period, in monthsRBC Report
*Variable name is given when used in an equation
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3.6.3.7.2 * * *

Table 3-51—Inputs for Final Calculation of Stress Test Whole Loan Cash Flows

VariableDescriptionSource
UPBmAggregate Unpaid Principal Balance in month m=0...RMsection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
NYRmNet Yield Rate in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
GFGuarantee Fee rate (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal per annum)RBC Report
PTRmPass-Through Rate in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
SPmAggregate Scheduled Principal (Amortization) in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
PREmSF PREmMFPrepaying Fraction of original Loan Group in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.4.4, Single Family Default and Prepayment Outputs and, section 3.6.3.5.4, Multifamily Default and Prepayment Outputs
DEFmSF DEFmMFDefaulting Fraction of original Loan Group in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.4.4, Single Family Default and Prepayment Outputs and, section 3.6.3.5.4, Multifamily Default and Prepayment Outputs
PERFmSF PERFmMFPerforming Fraction of original Loan Group in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.4.4, Single Family Default and Prepayment Outputs and, section 3.6.3.5.4, Multifamily Default and Prepayment Outputs
FDSFloat Days for Scheduled Principal and Interest (weighted average for Loan Group)RBC Report
FDPFloat Days for Prepaid Principal (weighted average for Loan Group)RBC Report
FERmFloat Earnings Rate in month m=1...RM1 week Fed Funds Rate; section 3.3, Interest Rates
LSmSFLoss Severity Rate in month m=1...RMsection 3.6.3.6.5.2, Single Family and Multifamily Net Loss Severity Outputs
FREPFraction Repurchased (weighted average for Loan Group) (decimal)RBC Report
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3.6.3.8.2 * * *

Table 3-54—Inputs for Whole Loan Accounting Flows

VariableDescriptionSource
RMRemaining Term to Maturity in monthsRBC Report
UPD0Sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., for the loan group, such that the unamortized balance equals the book value minus the face value for the loan group at the start of the Stress Test, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale FactorRBC Report
NYR0Net Yield Rate at time zerosection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
PUPBmPerforming Loan Group UPB in months m=0...RMsection 3.6.3.7.4, Stress Test Whole Loan Cash Flow Outputs
PTR0Pass-Through Rate at time zerosection 3.6.3.3.4, Mortgage Amortization Schedule Outputs
SPUPBmSecurity Performing UPB in months m=0...RMsection 3.6.3.7.4, Stress Test Whole Loan Cash Flow Outputs
SUPD0The sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc. associated with the securities modeled using the Wtd Ave Percent Repurchased, such that the unamortized balance equals the book value minus the face value for the relevant securities at the start of the Stress Test, adjusted by the percent repurchased and the Security Unamortized Balance Scale FactorRBC Report
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3.7.2.1.1 * * *

Table 3-56—RBC Report Inputs for Single Class MBS Cash Flows

VariableDescription
Pool NumberA unique number identifying each mortgage pool
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
IssuerIssuer of the mortgage pool
Original UPB AmountOriginal pool balance multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current UPB AmountInitial Pool balance (at the start of the Stress Test), multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Product CodeMortgage product type for the pool
Security Rate IndexIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the index that the adjustment is based on
Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Wt Avg Original Amortization TermOriginal amortization term of the underlying loans, in months (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Remaining Term of MaturityRemaining Maturity of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg AgeAge of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Current Mortgage Interest rateMortgage Interest Rate of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Pass-Through RatePass-Through Rate of the underlying loans at the start of the Stress Test (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wtg Avg Original Mortgage Interest RateThe current UPB weighted average Mortgage Interest Rate in effect at Origination for the loans in the pool
Security RatingThe most current rating issued by any Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) for this security, as of the reporting date. In the case of a “split” rating, the lowest rating should be given
Wt Avg Gross MarginGross margin for the underlying loans (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Net MarginNet margin (used to determine the security rate for ARM MBS) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Rate Reset PeriodRate reset period in months (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
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Wt Avg Rate Reset LimitRate reset limit up/down (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Life Interest Rate CeilingMaximum rate (lifetime cap) (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Life Interest Rate FloorMinimum rate (lifetime floor) (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Payment Reset PeriodPayment reset period in months (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Payment Reset LimitPayment reset limit up/down (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Lookback PeriodThe number of months to look back from the interest rate change date to find the index value that will be used to determine the next interest rate (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Negative Amortization CapThe maximum amount to which the balance can increase before the payment is recast to a fully amortizing amount. It is expressed as a fraction of the original UPB. (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Initial Interest Rate PeriodNumber of months between the loan origination date and the first rate adjustment date (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Wt Avg Unlimited Payment Reset PeriodNumber of months between unlimited payment resets i.e., not limited by payment caps, starting with Origination date (ARM MBS only) (weighted average for underlying loans)
Notional FlagIndicates that amounts reported in Original UPB Amount and Current UPB Amount are notional
UPB Scale FactorFactor applied to the current UPB that offsets any timing adjustments between the security level data and the Enterprise's published financials
Whole Loan Modeling FlagIndicates that the Current UPB Amount and Unamortized Balance associated with this Repurchased MBS are included in the Wtg Avg Percent Repurchased and Security Unamortized Balance fields
FAS 115 ClassificationThe financial instrument's classification according to FAS 115
HPGRKVector of House Price Growth Rates for quarters q=1...40 of the Stress Period
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3.7.2.1.2 * * *

[a] * * *

Table 3-57—RBC Report Inputs for Multi-Class and Derivative MBS Cash Flows

VariableDescription
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
IssuerIssuer of the security: FNMA, FHLMC, GNMA or other
Original Security BalanceOriginal principal balance of the security (notional amount for Interest-Only securities) at the time of issuance, multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security BalanceInitial principal balance, or notional amount, at the start of the Stress Period multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security Percentage OwnedThe percentage of a security's total current balance owned by the Enterprise
Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
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3.7.2.1.3 * * *

[a] * * *

Table 3-58—RBC Report Inputs for MRBs and Derivative MBS Cash Flows

VariableDescription
CUSIP NumberA unique number assigned to publicly traded securities by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures
Original Security BalanceOriginal principal balance, multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
Current Security BalanceInitial principal balance (at start of Stress Period), multiplied by the Enterprise's percentage ownership
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Unamortized BalanceThe sum of all unamortized discounts, premiums, fees, commissions, etc., such that the unamortized balance equals book value minus face value, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Issue DateThe Issue Date of the security
Maturity DateThe stated Maturity Date of the security
Security Interest RateThe rate at which the security earns interest, as of the reporting date
Principal Payment Window Starting Date, Down-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to start for the security under the statutory “down” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Ending Date, Down-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to end for the security under the statutory “down” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Starting Date, Up-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to start for the security under the statutory “up” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Principal Payment Window Ending Date, Up-Rate ScenarioThe month in the Stress Test that principal payment is expected to end for the security under the statutory “up” interest rate scenario, according to Enterprise projections
Security RatingThe most current rating issued by any Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organization (NRSRO) for this security, as of the reporting date. In the case of a “split” rating, the lowest rating should be given
Security Rate IndexIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the index on which the adjustment is based
Security Rate Index CoefficientIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the coefficient is the number used to multiply by the value of the index
Security Rate Index SpreadIf the rate on the security adjusts over time, the spread is added to the value of the index multiplied by the coefficient to determine the new rate
Security Rate Adjustment FrequencyThe number of months between rate adjustments
Security Interest Rate CeilingThe maximum rate (lifetime cap) on the security
Security Interest Rate FloorThe minimum rate (lifetime floor) on the security
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Table 3-66—Input Variables for Nonmortgage Instrument Cash flows

Data ElementsDescription
Amortization Methodology CodeEnterprise method of amortizing deferred balances (e.g., straight line)
Asset IDCUSIP or Reference Pool Number identifying the asset underlying a derivative position
Asset Type CodeCode that identifies asset type used in the commercial information service (e.g. ABS, Fannie Mae pool, Freddie Mac pool)
Associated Instrument IDInstrument ID of an instrument linked to another instrument
CoefficientIndicates the extent to which the coupon is leveraged or de-leveraged
Compound IndicatorIndicates if interest is compounded
Compounding FrequencyIndicates how often interest is compounded
Counterparty Credit RatingNRSRO's rating for the counterparty
Counterparty Credit Rating TypeAn indicator identifying the counterparty's credit rating as short-term (S) or long-term (L)
Counterparty IDEnterprise counterparty tracking ID
Country CodeStandard country codes in compliance with Federal Information Processing Standards Publication 10-4
Credit Agency CodeIdentifies NRSRO (e.g., Moody's)
Current Asset Face AmountCurrent face amount of the asset underlying a swap
Current CouponCurrent coupon or dividend rate of the instrument
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Current Unamortized DiscountCurrent unamortized premium or unaccreted discount of the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Current Unamortized FeesCurrent unamortized fees associated with the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. Generally fees associated with the issuance of debt or derivatives should be negative numbers. Fees associated with the purchase of an asset should generally be reported as positive numbers
Current Unamortized HedgeCurrent unamortized hedging gains (positive) or losses (negative) associated with the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Current Unamortized OtherAny other unamortized items originally associated with the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset was greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative.
CUSIP_ISINCUSIP or ISIN Number identifying the instrument
Day CountDay count convention (e.g. 30/360)
End DateThe last index repricing date
EOP Principal BalanceEnd of Period face, principal or notional, amount of the instrument
Exact RepresentationIndicates that an instrument is modeled according to its contractual terms
Exercise ConventionIndicates option exercise convention (e.g., American Option)
Exercise PricePar=1.0; Options
First Coupon DateDate first coupon is received or paid
Index CapIndicates maximum index rate
Index FloorIndicates minimum index rate
Index Reset FrequencyIndicates how often the interest rate index resets on floating-rate instruments
Index CodeIndicates the interest rate index to which floating-rate instruments are tied (e.g., LIBOR)
Index TermPoint on yield curve, expressed in months, upon which the index is based
Instrument Credit RatingNRSRO credit rating for the instrument
Instrument Credit Rating TypeAn indicator identifying the instruments credit rating as short-term (S) or long-term (L)
Instrument IDAn integer used internally by the Enterprise that uniquely identifies the instrument
Interest Currency CodeIndicates currency in which interest payments are paid or received
Interest Type CodeIndicates the method of interest rate payments (e.g., fixed, floating, step, discount)
Issue DateIndicates the date that the instrument was issued
Life Cap RateThe maximum interest rate for the instrument throughout its life
Life Floor RateThe minimum interest rate for the instrument throughout its life
Look-Back PeriodPeriod from the index reset date, expressed in months, that the index value is derived
Maturity DateDate that the instrument contractually matures
Notional IndicatorIdentifies whether the face amount is notional
Instrument Type CodeIndicates the type of instrument to be modeled (e.g., ABS, Cap, Swap)
Option IndicatorIndicates if instrument contains an option
Option TypeIndicates option type (e.g., Call option)
Original Asset Face AmountOriginal face amount of the asset underlying a swap
Original DiscountOriginal premium or discount associated with the purchase or sale of the instrument adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Original FaceOriginal face, principal or notional, amount of the instrument
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Original FeesFees or commissions paid at the time of purchase or sale adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. Generally fees associated with the issuance of debt or derivatives should be negative numbers. Fees associated with the purchase of an asset should generally be reported as positive numbers
Original HedgeGains (positive) or losses (negative) from closing out a hedge associated with the instrument at settlement, adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor
Original OtherAny other amounts originally associated with the instrument to be amortized or accreted adjusted by the Unamortized Balance Scale Factor. If the proceeds from the issuance of debt or derivatives or the amount paid for an asset were greater than par, the value should be positive. If the proceeds or the amounts paid were less than par, the value should be negative
Parent Entity IDEnterprise internal tracking ID for parent entity
Payment AmountInterest payment amount associated with the instrument (reserved for complex instruments where interest payments are not modeled)
Payment FrequencyIndicates how often interest payments are made or received
Performance Date“As of” date on which the data is submitted
Periodic AdjustmentThe maximum amount that the interest rate for the instrument can change per reset
Position CodeIndicates whether the Enterprise pays or receives interest on the instrument
Principal Currency CodeIndicates currency in which principal payments are paid or received
Principal Factor AmountEOP Principal Balance expressed as a percentage of Original Face
Principal Payment DateA valid date identifying the date that principal is paid
Settlement DateA valid date identifying the date the settlement occurred
SpreadAn amount added to an index to determine an instrument's interest rate
Start DateThe date, spot or forward, when some feature of a financial contract becomes effective (e.g., Call Date), or when interest payments or receipts begin to be calculated
Strike RateThe price or rate at which an option begins to have a settlement value at expiration, or, for interest-rate caps and floors, the rate that triggers interest payments
Submitting EntityIndicates which Enterprise is submitting information
Trade IDUnique code identifying the trade of an instrument
Transaction CodeIndicates the transaction that an Enterprise is initiating with the instrument (e.g. buy, issue reopen)
Transaction DateA valid date identifying the date the transaction occurred
UPB Scale FactorFactor applied to UPB to adjust for timing differences
Unamortized Balances Scale FactorFactor applied to Unamortized Balances to adjust for timing differences
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[d] Futures and Options on Futures also require special treatment:

1. Settle positions on their expiration dates. Exercise only in-the-money options (settlement value greater than zero).

2. Settle all contracts for cash.

3. Calculate the cash settlement amount—the change in price of a contract from the contract trade date to its expiration date. Calculate the price on the expiration date based on stress test interest rates (or, as necessary, forward rates extrapolated from these rates).

4. Amortize amounts received or paid at the expiration date into income or expense on a straight-line basis over the life of the underlying instrument (in the case of an option on a futures contract, the life of the instrument underlying the futures contract).

5. Amortize an option premium on a straight-line basis over the life of the option. (Amortize any remaining balances upon option exercise.)

[e] Swaptions also require special treatment:

1. Assume swap settlement (i.e., initiation of the underlying swap) when a swap option is exercised.

2. Calculate a “normalized” fixed-pay coupon by subtracting the spread over the index, if any, from the coupon on the fixed-rate swap leg.

3. For all exercise types (American, Bermudan, and European), consistent with RBC Rule section 3.8.3.7, assume exercise by the party holding the swap option if the equivalent maturity Enterprise Cost of Funds is more than

a. 50 basis points above the normalized fixed-pay coupon, for a pay-fixed swaption (a call or ‘payor’ swaption), or

b. 50 basis points below the normalized fixed pay coupon for a receive-fixed swaption (a put or ‘receiver’ swaption).

4. Amortize option premiums on a straight-line basis over the option term. (Amortize any remaining balances upon option exercise).

[f] CPI-Linked Instruments also require special treatment. The stress test lacks the ability to accommodate Start Printed Page 36252floating-rate instruments that reset in response to changes in the consumer price index (CPI) as published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Enterprise issuance of CPI-linked instruments is tied to swap market transactions intended to create desired synthetic debt structure and terms. In such cases, the true economic position nets to the payment terms of the related derivative contract. Accordingly, in order to accommodate and address the existence of CPI-linked instruments in the Enterprises' portfolios, the net synthetic position shall be evaluated in the stress test. That is, for CPI-linked instruments tied to swap transactions that are formally linked in a hedge accounting relationship, the Enterprise should substitute the CPI-linked instrument's coupon payment terms with those of the related swap contract.

[g] Pre-refunded municipal bonds also require special treatments. Pre-refunded municipal bonds are collateralized by securities that are structured to fund all the cash flows of the refunded municipal bonds until the bonds are callable. Since the call date for the bonds, also referred to as the pre-refunded date, is a more accurate representation of the payoff date than the contractual maturity date of the bonds, the stress test models the bonds to mature on the call date.

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Table 3-70—Alternative Modeling Treatment Inputs

VariableDescription
TYPEType of item (asset, liability or off-balance sheet item)
BOOKBook Value of item (amount outstanding adjusted for deferred items)
FACEFace Value or notional balance of item for off-balance sheet items
REMATURRemaining Contractual Maturity of item in whole months. Any fraction of a month equals one whole month.
RATEInterest Rate
INDEXIndex used to calculate Interest Rate
FAS115Designation that the item is recorded at fair value, according to FAS 115
RATINGInstrument or counterparty rating
FHAIn the case of off-balance sheet guarantees, a designation indicating 100% of collateral is guaranteed by FHA
MARGINMargin over an Index
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1. Fair Values

a. The valuation impact of any Applicable Fair Value Standards (AFVS), cumulative from their time of implementation, will be reversed out of the starting position data, by debiting any accumulated credits, and crediting any accumulated debits.

(1) AFVS are defined as GAAP pronouncements that require recognition of periodic changes in fair value, e.g., EITF 99-20, FAS 65, FAS 87, FAS 115, FAS 133, FAS 140, FAS 149 and FIN 45.

(2) The GAAP pronouncements covered by this treatment are subject to OFHEO review. The Enterprises will submit a list of standards and pronouncements which are being reversed in the RBC Reports.

b. After reversing the valuation impact of AFVS, any affected activities are rebooked as follows:

(1) If absent the adoption of the AFVS, the affected transactions would have been accounted for on an historical cost basis, they are rebooked and presented as if they had always been accounted for on an historical cost basis. (The historical cost basis may include amortization from the time of the activity to the beginning of the stress test.)

(2) To the extent that transactions would not have been accounted for on an historical cost basis, they are accounted for as if they were income and expense activities.

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Dated: June 6, 2006.

James B. Lockhart III,

Acting Director, Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight.

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Footnotes

1. Risk-Based capital, 66 FR 47730 (September 13, 2001), 12 CFR part 1750.

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2. Risk-Based Capital, 66 FR 47730 (September 13, 2001), 12 CFR part 1750, as amended, 67 FR 11850 (March 15, 2002), 67 FR 19321 (April 19, 2002), 68 FR 7309 (February 13, 2003).

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3. Minimum Capital, 61 FR 35607 (July 8, 1996), 12 CFR 1750, as amended, 67 FR 19321 (April 19, 2002).

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[FR Doc. 06-5330 Filed 6-23-06; 8:45 am]

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