Canada Targets Banks With Risk-Sharing Plan as Housing BoomsBy
Finance department releases proposal for mortgage risk-sharing
Government proposes two programs where banks would pay more
Canada’s banks could see their costs rise by as much as 30 basis points under government proposals that would force them to take on a greater share of mortgage defaults, as policy makers seek to engineer a soft landing in the country’s housing market.
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