Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Freddie Mac, the mortgage finance firm controlled by the U.S., said Chief Executive Officer Charles E. Haldeman will step down and named Christopher S. Lynch to replace John Koskinen as non-executive chairman.
Lynch is a Freddie Mac board member and former partner at KPMG LLP, according to a statement today from the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees McLean, Virginia-based Freddie Mac. Haldeman “recently informed the board of his desire to step down some time in the coming year,” according to the statement.
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