Fogarty, Mark
July 2000
U.S. Banker;Jul2000, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p64
Trade Publication
Interviews Bruce Morrison, chairman of the United States Federal Housing Finance Board. End of his five-year tenure on June 30, 2000; Appointment of Morrison as vice chairman of the lobbying firm of GPC/O'Neill in Washington; Confusion about the mission of the Federal Home Loan Bank System; Concerns raised about ownership of mortgage-backed securities.


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