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CEO Donald H. Layton

CEO Donald H. Layton

Donald H. Layton is chief executive officer of Freddie Mac, a publicly traded company that is one of the largest sources of mortgage financing in the United States and a leader in the nation's efforts to keep families in their homes and stabilize the housing market.

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Freddie Mac Reports First Quarter 2015 Financial Results

Today Freddie Mac announced its 14th consecutive quarter of profitability, reporting net income of $524 million and comprehensive income of $746 million for the first quarter of 2015. These results demonstrate our continued progress in building a profitable, sustainable business model and our commitment to moving housing forward.

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Freddie Mac Reports 2014 Financial Results

Today Freddie Mac announced another year of solid financial performance, reporting net income of $7.7 billion and comprehensive income of $9.4 billion for 2014.

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Freddie Mac Reports Third Quarter 2014 Financial Results

Today Freddie Mac announced our third quarter financial results, reporting net income of $2.1 billion and comprehensive income of $2.8 billion. Based on these results, we will be returning an additional $2.8 billion to taxpayers in the fourth quarter – bringing the total paid to $91 billion. For more details about our results and progress, please listen to a recording of our call with the media or read the additional resources below.

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Freddie Mac Reports Second-Quarter 2014 Financial Results

Last week, we announced our Second-Quarter Financial results, and it was another solid quarter for Freddie Mac – our 11th consecutive quarter of profitability.

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Five Ways Freddie Mac Is Supporting the Market and Strengthening the Industry

This week, Freddie Mac reported strong first quarter 2014 financial results, which marks our 10th consecutive quarter of profitability.  Net income was $4.0 billion and comprehensive income was $4.5 billion - which means that we'll be returning an additional $4.5 billion to taxpayers in June.  This brings the total we've returned to taxpayers to more than $86 billion, $15 billion more than our cumulative draws from the Treasury.

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