Fannie Mae said this morning that it notified the Securities and Exchange Commission that it will miss the March 16 deadline to file its 2005 annual report. The lender said it expects that its annual report, which will include its restated results for 2004, won't be submitted before the second half of the year. In its SEC filing, Fannie Mae cited the process and potential timing of its restatement and re-audit for the delay. The company said that its financial statement from January 2001 to the second quarter of 2004 should no longer be relied upon. It will be restating financials from the years ended Dec. 31, 2002 and 2003, and the quarters ended March 31, and June 30 of 2004. Both Fannie Mae and its fellow government-sponsored enterprise, Freddie Mac, have been rocked by accounting sca...
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