Now that the rule is final, what comes next?
Generally speaking, credit scoring models will be evaluated on a model’s integrity, reliability, accuracy, historical record of measuring and predicting borrower credit behaviors (such as default rates), among other measurement criteria.
Credit score model developers will then be allowed to submit applications and undergo a thorough review process that involves two assessments:
1) A Credit Score Assessment – a detailed evaluation of accuracy, reliability and integrity of a credit score.
2) Enterprise Business Assessment – a comprehensive evaluation of the potential impact of using the credit score model within the GSEs’ proprietary business systems and processes.
After testing, each GSE will submit a proposed “approve” or “disapprove” determination for each application to the FHFA for final review.
To gain a better understanding of the process, read the visual timeline below. To download the image, click here.
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