Four former Freddie Mac executives agreed to pay civil fines totaling $515,000 and to forfeit $258,000 in ill-gotten gains as part of a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.The SEC charged Freddie Mac with securities fraud and the former executives with negligent conduct, which they settled without admitting or denying the allegation. Former Freddie president and chief operating officer David Glenn agreed to pay a $250,000 civil penalty and to disgorge $150,000. Former chief financial officer Vaughn Clarke agreed to pay a $125,000 civil penalty and disgorge $29,227. Former senior vice president Nazir Dossani agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty and disgorge $61,663, and ex-SVP Robert Dean agreed to pay a $65,000 penalty and disgorge $34,658. Former Freddie chairman and chief executive Leland Brendsel, who is facing an enforcement action by the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight that is before an administrative law judge, is not part of the SEC enforcement action.

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