Fannie, Freddie Warn On More Losses In SEC Filing

Posted By on November 12, 2009

Fannie, Freddie Warn On Losses

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, already reeling in red ink, are warning they could face additional losses from the weakening condition of mortgage-insurance companies.

Fannie and Freddie together have required capital injections from the Treasury of $112 billion since the government took them over through conservatorship last year. Their need for government support would have been greater without collecting on claims from mortgage-insurance companies.

But Fannie and Freddie have warned that their claims against the insurers may not be paid in full Fannie set aside $1 billion in loss reserves to cover the possibility that mortgage-insurance companies won’t be able to pay full claims, the company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.


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