Brian Roseboro, the Treasury under secretary for domestic finance, has resigned from the agency after seven months on the job.Mr. Roseboro, who was sometimes quoted on issues affecting the government-sponsored enterprises, will leave the agency effective Jan. 1. As undersecretary, he was responsible for formulating policy and legislation in regard to financial institutions, including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Bank System. Wayne A. Abernathy, assistant Treasury secretary for financial institutions, reports to Mr. Roseboro. Mr. Abernathy is considered the administration's point person on GSE matters.

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