Freddie Mac To Collect $3.4 Bln From Banks

Freddie Mac is expected to recover $3.4 billion from banks after completing a review of the bad loans the government-sponsored enterprise bought back, according to the inspector general of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, its regulator.

  • 13 Sep 2012
Freddie Mac is expected to recover $3.4 billion from banks after completing a review of the bad loans the government-sponsored enterprise bought back, according to the inspector general of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, its regulator. The windfall is the result of an investigation into how Freddie Mac ...

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