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Tag >> Freddie Mac
Feb 17
2011

Ex-Freddie Mac CFO gets Wells Notice

Posted by Stephen Taub in Wells NoticeSecurities and Exchange CommissionSEC enforcementFreddie Maccompliancechief financial officerCFO resignationsCFO

Stephen Taub

The former chief financial officer of Freddie Mac will probably face civil charges for his role in the collapse of the mortgage giant.

Anthony Piszel abruptly resigned as CFO of CoreLogic, after receiving a Wells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission staff in connection with certain disclosure matters during Piszel's tenure at Freddie Mac from November 2006 to September 2008.

Aug 13
2010

Time to keep subsidizing home prices

Posted by Ron F in RegulationrecoveryrecessionFreddie Macfinancial crisisFederal ReserveFASBFannie MaeemploymentCareers/Management, bankruptcy, banking industrybailoutsAccounting

Ron F

I have to disagree with my colleague Steve Taub on this, not because my heart bleeds for jobless, underwater homeowners, but to keep foreclosures from driving home prices ever downward.

Here's the thing: What is the "natural" price that Steve wants the market to find?

Aug 02
2010

Life after FinReg: What’s next?

Posted by mcole in RiskRegulationFreddie MacFannie MaeCreditcompliancebonds

mcole

The recently enacted financial reform bill addresses most aspects of the financial services industry. But there are still two major areas which still need the attention of lawmakers--government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) and covered bonds. 

Of the two, the most needed reform is that of GSEs, as Hank Paulson brought up in an op-ed to the Washington Post last week. 

Jun 16
2010

Fannie, Freddie ordered to delist

Posted by Stephen Taub in The Federal Housing Finance AgencyOver the Counter Bulletin BoardNew York Stock ExchangeFreddie MacFannie Maedelistcompliance

Stephen Taub

More woes for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

The government agency that oversees them has ordered to two mortgage giants to delist their common and preferred stock from the New York Stock Exchange and any other national securities exchange.



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