Michael Hutchins

Freddie Mac


Job Functions: Executive, Acquisitions & Dispositions, Capital Markets, Investment Management


Michael Hutchins is president of Freddie Mac. He is a member of the company’s Senior Operating Committee and reports to the chief executive officer.


In this role, Hutchins continues to lead the company’s Investments and Capital Markets activities. In addition, the leaders of the company’s Single-Family, Multifamily, Human Resources, Information Technology, Administration, and Enterprise Operations divisions report to him.


As head of Investments and Capital Markets, Hutchins is responsible for managing all of Freddie Mac’s liquidity, financing, securitization and derivative activities as well as managing Freddie Mac’s portfolio of Single-Family securities and loan investments.


Hutchins has worked in the financial services industry for over 30 years. Most recently, he was co-founder and CEO of PrinceRidge. Prior to founding PrinceRidge, he was with UBS from 1996 – 2007, holding a variety of positions, including the global head of the Fixed Income, Rates & Currencies Group. Prior to UBS, Hutchins worked at Salomon Brothers from 1986 – 1996, and held a number of management positions, including co-head of Fixed Income Capital Markets.

Areas of Interest

Risk Profile
Deal Type
Acquisition, Refinance, Recapitalization, Development, Loan Purchase
Property Type