Borrowers would have to put 20% down on a mortgage in order for the lender to be exempt from the “skin in the game,” rules, according to a proposed rule sent out for comment today by the FDIC and other regulators.

Under the rule, companies packaging loans into securities would have to hold at least 5% of the risk unless the loans were considered high quality.


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