As a result of the recently issued order from the federal District Court of the District of Columbia, Freddie Mac today announced that it has begun the process of unfreezing compensation and paying amounts due to the company's former Chairman and CEO, Leland C. Brendsel. Since June 2003, Freddie Mac has complied with letters issued by Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) that directed Freddie Mac to freeze the payment of nearly $55 million in compensation to Brendsel arising from his prior employment with the company during which accounting problems at the mortgage giant came to light. OFHEO fined Freddie Mac $125 million last year over the accounting shenanigans. The regulator said the company disregarded accounting rules, internal controls, disclosure standards and the...
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