September 25, 2020

The Housing Crisis Didn’t Stop the Fannie Mae CFO From Keeping Everyone in Stitches

“Since joining Fannie Mae in 2008, David has worked diligently and successfully to help Fannie Mae respond to the housing finance crisis while developing strategies to enhance the finance function and prepare our company for the future. We will miss David’s intellect, energy, and good humor.”

~ Fannie Mae CEO Michael Williams in an email to employees announcing the resignation of CFO David Johnson.

“Since joining Fannie Mae in 2008, David has worked diligently and successfully to help Fannie Mae respond to the housing finance crisis while developing strategies to enhance the finance function and prepare our company for the future. We will miss David’s intellect, energy, and good humor.”

~ Fannie Mae CEO Michael Williams in an email to employees announcing the resignation of CFO David Johnson.

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