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11 days ago

Financial Engineer II

Fannie Mae Washington, DC +2 locations

Required: Master's of Financial Engineering or related quantitative field. Must have course work or research using advanced computational skills… Fannie Mae


8 days ago

Financial Engineer II-Credit

Fannie Mae Washington, DC +4 locations

Use advanced mathematical, analytical, or econometric tools to create algorithms that will be used in analytical or product development processes… Fannie Mae


6 days ago

Financial Engineer II

Fannie Mae Washington, DC +2 locations

Support the regular fair value pricing process for Fannie Mae’s Real Estate Owned (REO) and Non Performing Loans (NPL). Work with business and… Fannie Mae


14 days ago

Financial Engineer II - Multifamily

Fannie Mae Washington, DC +2 locations

This position will report to the Director of Pricing Strategy for Fannie Mae's Multifamily Mortgage Business (MMB). MMB is the nation's largest… Fannie Mae


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