Fannie Mae priced its first risk-share transaction of the year at tighter spreads across the capital structure when compared to the issuer’s previous transaction issued in November last year.

Called Connecticut Avenue Securities 2015-C01, Fannie’s sixth risk transfer transaction sold $1.5 billion of notes backed by a $50.2 billion pool of mortgages with original loan-to-value ratios (LTV) of up to 97 percent, according to a company press release.   

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