Fannie Mae, the US mortgage giant that was recently bailed out by the US
government, has appointed its third finance director this year.
David Johnson will serve the company’s executive vice president and CFO,
Johnson will serve in a broadened role as chief financial officer, the
company said. In August, Stephen Swad left the company, and was replaced by
David Hisey, who had been Fannie’s senior vice president and controller.
Johnson was previously executive vice president and finance chief at Hartford
Financial Services Group, a company he joined in 2001 and resigned from earlier
this year. Prior to Hartford, he had been CFO at Cendant Corp., which he had
helped take public earlier in his career, when he was an investment banker at
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