Judge denies former Fannie CFO access in GSE lawsuit Posted on October 16, 2014 | Leave a comment The federal judge overseeing the Fairholme Fund’s lawsuit against Treasury has denied former Fannie Mae CFO J. Tim Howard admission as an expert to view the material from discovery.
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Adding his voice to the conversation is former Fannie Mae CFO. He doesn't even acknowledge mistakes in the accounting scandal that. dismissed the last major shareholder lawsuit against Howard tied to the. dividends, the Treasury all but issued the GSE "a death sentence.". Like what you see?
The problem is that doing so doesn’t just put equity shareholders at risk because it was followed up with the net worth sweep which puts debtholders at risk. In effect, Treasury. Fannie Mae CFO.
That includes a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit accusing him of masking billions of dollars of subprime exposure as Fannie. Mudd and two former colleagues, Dallavecchia and Executive.
Pennsylvania’s treasury department is accusing about a dozen large financial firms of working together to illegally inflate the price of bonds issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over seven years.
· On April 18, 2008, the government announced a settlement with Raines together with J. Timothy Howard, Fannie’s former chief financial officer, and Leanne G. Spencer, Fannie’s former controller. The three executives agreed to pay fines totaling about $3 million, which will be paid by Fannie’s insurance policies.