Armando Falcon Jr., director of the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, today directed Freddie Mac to maintain a mandatory target capital surplus of 30 percent over its minimum capital requirement. The regulator also said the corporation must seek OFHEO's advance approval for certain corporate transactions and file weekly reports that include its projected capital position and other information. The regulator wants to ensure that Freddie continues to maintain an adequate capital surplus until it reduces its operational risk and produced timely certified financial statements. "This capital directive by OFHEO will help to assure the public and Congress that Freddie Mac will remain financially healthy as it works to restore the public's trust," Falcon said. The requirements,...
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