Fannie Mae on Friday announced the second board member to resign from the company within the last two months, media reports said. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Fannie Mae said that board member Donald Marron will resign from the board of directors, effective July 31. Marron is chairman and CEO of private equity firm Lightyear Capital and joined Fannie Mae's board in 2001, according to Reuters. Fannie Mae was chartered by Congress to ensure a constant flow of funds in the nation's housing markets. The company buys mortgages and repackages and sells them to investors. The mortgage giant has been in the spotlight since its federal regulator released a report in 2004 exposing accounting errors that caused the company to restate earnings. Several of the company's top...
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