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An Inconvenient Truth – Joe Nocera

An Inconvenient Truth – Joe Nocera


Once gain both the twins were part of the ponzi using MERS, exactly as the rest of the other shareholders (Banks) sought it out to be…a Strawman!

NY Times-

There is so much about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that we should be angry about.

In their heyday, these strange hybrids — part corporation, part government agency — were the biggest bullies in Washington, quick to bludgeon critics who dared suggest that their dual missions of maximizing profits while making homeownership affordable for low- and moderate-income Americans were incompatible. They steamrolled their regulator and pushed back at any suggestion that their capital was inadequate.

[NEW YORK TIMES]

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The SEC’s Fraud Suits Against Fannie & Freddie Executives

The SEC’s Fraud Suits Against Fannie & Freddie Executives


Leave it up to Abigail to set the record straight!

Abigail C. Field-

The SEC has sued former executives of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae for repeatedly lying to investors about their companies’ subprime portfolios. The complaints are very detailed and strong, alleging multiple securities law violations and violations of Sarbanes-Oxley. The complaints try to force the executives to give up their ill-gotten gains, pay penalties, and ban them from being a director or officer of a public company. Interestingly, the complaints are backed by separate cooperation and nonprosecution agreements with each company.

[REALITY CHECK]

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Prosecuting Wall Street, pt. 2 – 60 Minutes – CBS News

Prosecuting Wall Street, pt. 2 – 60 Minutes – CBS News


Two high-ranking financial whistleblowers say they tried to warn their superiors about defective and even fraudulent mortgages. So why haven’t the companies or their executives been prosecuted? Steve Kroft reports.

Read Story: Prosecuting Wall Street

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Prosecuting Wall Street, pt. 1 – 60 Minutes – CBS News

Prosecuting Wall Street, pt. 1 – 60 Minutes – CBS News


Two high-ranking financial whistleblowers say they tried to warn their superiors about defective and even fraudulent mortgages. So why haven’t the companies or their executives been prosecuted? Steve Kroft reports.

Read Story: Prosecuting Wall Street

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Bankers, Beware of Auditors Who Blow Off Their Regulator

Bankers, Beware of Auditors Who Blow Off Their Regulator


Who’s afraid of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board? Banks and other financial institutions should be, even though the PCAOB regulates their auditors and not them.


American Banker-

Unlike banks, which have had federal and state regulators looking over their shoulders for more than a century, the Big Four accounting firms are still not used to having a truly disinterested party auditing their audits. Before the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the audit industry was largely self-regulated through peer reviews coordinated by the AICPA, a trade group.

[AMERICAN BANKER]

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Banks May Fight Banks as Mortgage Securities Investors Seek Class Status

Banks May Fight Banks as Mortgage Securities Investors Seek Class Status


Just as in Abigail C. Field’s Fortune piece “Fighting a foreclosure suit? Hope for the right judge”, the same may be true for these investors…

Bloomberg-

Bank of America Corp. (BAC), JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) and other banks may pay more to resolve claims over their alleged roles in the collapse of a $2.3 trillion mortgage- backed securities market if sophisticated investors are allowed to sue as a group along with less savvy ones.

Class-action status allows investors to pool financial and legal resources, giving them greater leverage to win larger settlements or verdicts. The banks, however, have a court ruling on their side that may help fend off such blockbuster cases. It says class status is barred because some investors are too sophisticated — in fact, because some of them are other banks, including JPMorgan.

[BLOOMBERG]

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THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT OF 2002 by Robert A. McTamaney

THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT OF 2002 by Robert A. McTamaney


WILL IT PREVENT FUTURE “ENRONS?”


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