Freddie Mac is marketing another $1 billion of securities transferring credit risk on a $35.7 billion pool of mortgages held in MBS that it insures.

Structured Agency Credit Risk notes are general obligations of Freddie Mac, but they act like credit-linked notes because repayment is subject to the performance of the reference pool of loans, in this case 144,144 high-quality loans acquired by the company between April and June 2015.

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