Countrywide Chief To MBA: Oppose Senate GSE Bill

Collins, Brian; Muolo, Paul
April 2006
American Banker;4/12/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 70, p9
Trade Publication
The article describes the chairman and chief executive of Countrywide Financial Corporation, Angelo Mozilo, and his demand for the Mortgage Bankers Association to oppose a U.S. Senate bill that requires federal financial service companies, such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to reduce their mortgage portfolios. The article refers to a letter written by Mozilo to Jonathan Kempner, president of Mortgage Bankers Association.


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