Freddie Mac CEO Quits as Federal Ties Strengthen

Terris, Harry
March 2009
American Banker;3/3/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 41, p9
Trade Publication
The article examines the resignation of David Moffett as Chief Executive Officer of the government-sponsored enterprise Freddie Mac. Moffett had held the job for only six months. It is speculated that Moffett was frustrated with the increased government control of Freddie Mac since it was placed in conservatorship by the U.S. in September, 2008.


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