Former Fannie execs denied dismissal of subprime fraud suit

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged six former executives of the Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage.

Former Fannie Mae CEO settles crisis-related lawsuit with SEC. Mudd was one of six executives at mortgage funding giants Fannie Mae ( FNMA.PK) and Freddie Mac ( FMCC.PK) sued by the SEC. The prosecutions were announced at a press conference in December 2011 but they ended in modest settlements over the following years.

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Ex-Fannie mae (fnm) ceo daniel mudd, former single family mortgage business EVP Thomas Lund, and ex-chief risk officer enrico dallavecchia had sought to have the lawsuit dismissed because they said that the Commission failed to make its case against them. Judge Paul Crotty has denied their motion.

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Former Fannie execs denied dismissal of subprime fraud suit Contents Mortgage servicers andrew 110 million bill taxpayers roughly 18. mudd Mae (fnm) ceo daniel mudd federal home loan mortgage corporation Principal reductions factor in heavily: HAMP report Foreclosures drop to lowest level since 2007 NY Establishes Loss Mitigation, Fair Read more.

The SEC said Fannie Mae concealed exposure to more than $100 billion of subprime loans and $341 billion of Alt-A loans. Mudd denied wrongdoing and contended the regulator lacked hard evidence to.

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