Franklin Raines, the ousted chairman of mortgage securities concern Fannie Mae, has filed suit against government regulators in order to receive a $3.9 million stock award.
Raines argued that Fannie Mae's overseer, the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, cannot delay the payment, which was part of a deferred compensation award following Raines’ exit from the company.
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