Fannie Mae's Call Monitor

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Call Monitor

Fannie Mae's economic decision to call its securities is an efficient and uniform call decision based on the level of interest rates. In addition, given the stated final maturity date of a callable debt security, there is no extension risk with callable debt.

Fannie Mae callable debt securities are typically callable with 10 calendar days notice prior to the call date, and Fannie Mae provides notice of redemption.

To access this data, please use the links below:

  • The Recently Called Securities report provides a listing of recently called securities. Fannie Mae will redeem the principal amounts indicated for these securities issues on the redemption dates indicated at a redemption price equal to 100 percent of the principal amount redeemed, plus accrued interest thereon to the date of redemption.
  • The Currently Callable report shows the callable debt securities that have entered this 10 days prior notification period as of the day of the report. This means that the security listed on this report is being considered for redemption and may or may not be called.

The information provided is sorted by: 

  • Public Notice Date (descending)
  • Call Date
  • Maturity Date

To search for a specific CUSIP number on the Recently Called Securities page and the Currently Callable page: Press "CTRL and F" on your keyboard then type the specific CUSIP number in the box. The CUSIP number will be highlighted when found.

 

Page last revised:  05/28/13


Fannie Mae makes a good faith effort to publish the data in a scheduled manner. Fannie Mae does not guarantee that it will always publish the data when scheduled, and Fannie Mae expressly disclaims any liability for any delay in publishing the data. Fannie Mae reserves the right to publish and or revise the data. This material should not be construed as an investment recommendation, an offer to buy/sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy/sell any product or instrument. This material is based upon information, including pricing and other information that the company receives from various sources, that the company considers reliable. Although Fannie Mae reasonably attempts to ensure the accuracy of the information it publishes, the company does not represent, warrant or guarantee the accuracy of the data received from our market data sources, the accuracy of the data's calculations or the accuracy of the data as published. Fannie Mae shall not have any liability or responsibility, regardless of the cause, for any errors or omissions in connection with the use, misuse, release or distribution of this information.