Ed Haldeman recently chief executive officer of Freddie Mac, one of the three major government-sponsored enterprises (GSE) charged with the support of the U.S. mortgage finance market. The company has been in custody by the U.S. Treasury on 7 September 2008 to. Guardianship sets various limitations on Haldeman and the organization in relation to the management. Haldeman challenge is to lead Freddie Mac, build their culture, to update its operations and generally prepare the organizational … Read more »

Ed Haldeman recently chief executive officer of Freddie Mac, one of the three major government-sponsored enterprises (GSE) charged with the support of the U.S. mortgage finance market. The company has been in custody by the U.S. Treasury on 7 September 2008 to. Guardianship sets various limitations on Haldeman and the organization in relation to the management. Haldeman challenge is to lead Freddie Mac, build their culture, to update its operations and generally prepare the organization for re-emerging from guardianship. In the background, housing prices continue to deteriorate, and the company continues to lose money. In addition, continue to shift political views regarding the future regulatory framework for equity and Freddie Mac, as it emerges from this difficult time.
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Robert Steven Kaplan,
Nitin Nohria,
Ben Creo
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 15, 2010. Prod #: 411048-PDF-ENG
Freddie Mac: Managing in guardianship case HBR solution

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