Fannie Mae has reportedly recruited former Securities and Exchange Commission chair Richard C. Breeden to help it deal with a potential $9 billion restatement, while its former chief executive has relinquished two board seats.
A spokeswoman for the mortgage finance company told The Wall Street Journal that Breeden will serve "as a strategic counsel as the company works through its restatement and reaudit."
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