Treasury doesn’t want former Fannie CFO in GSE investor lawsuit

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An old friend and GSE savant, who calls himself "Doc Cartoon" and produces GSE artwork, came up with a rare find, something quite useful especially for that DC audience still very ready to believe any criticism of GSEs, even the distorted suggestion that 15 years ago, Fannie’s mortgage operations featured mismanagement and legal violations.

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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.

Investors challenging the legality of the government’s effective nationalization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in August 2012 appear to be making some headway with at least one of the two key.

Treasury doesn’t want former Fannie CFO in GSE investor lawsuit – September 16, 2014. HousingWire, By Trey Garrison. A week ago HousingWire first reported that former Fannie Mae CFO J. Tim Howard was hired by Fairholme Funds in their lawsuit against the U.S. Treasury, and now the government is arguing against allowing Howard access to 800,000 pages of discovery documents.

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This fact doesn’t seem to be lost on the FDIC which according to Gary E. Hindes was selling GSE equity securities to investors. that interim CFO Susan McFarland corroborates the prevailing story.

The plan calls on the Treasury. and a former executive at Fannie. Carr also warned that the proposal "opens the door for Fannie and Freddie to regain market dominance, which the Leadership.

FHFA’s Emergency Motion To Compel Production Of Settlement Agreement This emergency motion is with respect to a lawsuit. the plight of GSE shareholders and not FHFA, so it’s interesting to see the.

The Gary Hindes lawsuit has filed a motion for leave to amend the class action to add Direct and Derivative Claims for Unjust Enrichment for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The government doesn’t want to.

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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.

The New York Times tried to get access to the documents the government doesn’t want. prior CFO’s Timothy Howard who points to internal Treasury discussions about the potential costs and benefits of.