New Course on Government Sponsored Enterprises
MILWAUKEE – June 13, 2016 – Quest CE, premier provider of compliance training and tracking technology solutions, today announced the addition of a new Firm Element course to its e-learning catalog.
The new course, “Government Sponsored Enterprises and Home Financing” provides an introductory overview of Government Sponsored Enterprises, including changes in ownership, congressional requirements and market factors that lead to crisis. Due to the current debate on the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the course additionally focuses on the benefits of government sponsored enterprises to the housing market, their role in the 2008 economic crisis and proposals for their reform or replacement.
Course Topics Include:
- Creation and Purpose of Government Sponsored Enterprises
- Changes of Housing GSE Ownership
- Government Guarantees
- Mortgage-backed Securities
- Sub-prime Lending
- Housing GSE Scandals
- The 2007 Mortgage Crisis
- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Conservatorship
- Stabilization, Recovery and the Future
- GSE Reform
For questions regarding this or other Firm Element courses, please contact a Quest CE account representative at 877-593-3366 or e-mail email@example.com. To view Quest CE’s Firm Element course catalog, click here.
About Quest CE
For over twenty-five years, Quest CE has been the premier provider of compliance training and tracking solutions to the financial services industry. In addition to offering on-demand insurance and designation continuing education, Quest CE also provides a complete spectrum of proprietary technology solutions for managing and supervising compliance risk exposures.
Serving more than 1,000 leading insurance carriers, broker-dealers, banks, and other financial institutions, Quest CE is committed to providing advanced custom solutions at cost effective rates, while providing a level of service that greatly surpasses that of our competitors. Quest CE is the single source solution for organizations seeking training and compliance needs. For more information on Quest CE, visit http://www.questce.com.