The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, or Freddie Mac, agreed to pay a $50 million penalty after the Securities and Exchange Commission charged it with securities fraud.
The SEC said Freddie Mac had improperly managed earnings as early as 1998 and lasting into 2002. The money from the settlement will go into the SEC's Fair Fund, where it will be distributed to investors.
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