Ginnie Mae reported a $1.2 billion profit from its secondary market operations in fiscal year 2011 — up 84% from FY 2010 — due to lower loss provisioning.

Ginnie Mae president Ted Tozer told reporters Wednesday that he "beefed up" the agency's loss reserves by $600 million in FY 2010 and income was down slightly that year.

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