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Freddie Mac taps Putnam ex-chief

July 22, 2009|Times Wire Reports

Charles E. Haldeman Jr., a former mutual fund executive, will take the helm of Freddie Mac next month, the mortgage finance company said.

Three weeks ago, Haldeman, 60, stepped down as chairman of mutual fund company Putnam Investments, where he had previously served as chief executive. He replaces John Koskinen, who has been serving as Freddie Mac's interim CEO since the March resignation of David Moffett.

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