Credit Suisse CEO leaves; Fannie, Freddie to buy SOFR mortgages


Tidjane Thiam submits his resignation; the two agencies said they will soon start accepting mortgages tied to the new rate and drop Libor by yearend.


Fed bars another Goldman banker for 1MDB; SEC readies major crypto suit


The bank’s former Asia investment banking co-chief is its third executive to be so punished; the agency says Telegram’s digital coin is a security.


Goldman, Amazon may offer loans; banks plan to tighten underwriting


The bank would make small-business loans on the online retailer’s platform; Fed survey says banks worry about increasing delinquencies, especially in subprime.


FHFA redefining itself ahead of GSE overhaul


With policymakers focused on ending Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s conservatorship, their regulator is reorganizing key units and adding staff to position itself for the long term.


FHFA picks Houlihan Lokey to advise agency on GSE plans


The regulator said the investment bank and financial services company will help in the process of strengthening Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s capital standing for their eventual exit from conservatorship.


Banking 2025, more Wells Fargo woe, compliance turnover: Top stories of the week


Potential sources of industry upheaval, and how to adapt; former Wells Fargo execs may face criminal charges in coming weeks; why banks have such high turnover of chief compliance officers; and more from this week's most-read stories.


GSEs might operate under consent decree, Calabria says


Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mark Calabria discussed the possibility of having Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac operate under a consent order to allow the government-sponsored enterprises to be able to raise capital.


GSE investors better beware underlying risks


The FHFA’s attempt to move some of its balance sheet into the private sector could leave investors with greater liabilities than they were initially told.


FHFA’s focus in reforming GSEs: Capital, capital, capital


A risk-based capital rule for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is expected to top the agenda in 2020 as the companies’ regulator executes plans for their release into the private sector.


Big banks reach $250M settlement in suit alleging GSE bond-price fixing


A dozen of the nation's largest underwriters were accused of colluding with traders to artificially set prices on the secondary market for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac securities.