- The Wall Street Journal•3 days ago
Former Fannie Mae chief executive Daniel Mudd reached a “settlement” with the Securities and Exchange Commission in a crisis-era case it filed against him. The deal, filed on Monday, requires essentially ...
- Market Realist•3 days ago
For the week ending August 19, Fannie Mae TBAs ended at 103 17/32—down 7 ticks for the week. The ten-year bond yield rose by 7 basis points to 158 basis points.
- Reuters•5 days ago
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - In one of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's biggest cases tied to the 2008 financial crisis, former Fannie Mae (FNMA.PK) Chief Executive Daniel Mudd has reached a settlement with regulators, according to court papers filed on Monday. The deal with the SEC, detailed in papers filed in Manhattan federal court, resolves a 2011 lawsuit accusing Mudd of misleading investors about Fannie's exposure to risky mortgages before the crisis. Mudd had denied wrongdoing and he did not admit any in the Monday agreement.
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