May 20, 2008Fannie Mae Announces Initial Dividend for Preferred Stock Series T
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Board of Directors of Fannie Mae (FNM/NYSE) today declared an initial dividend of $0.23490 per share on the company's preferred stock Series T. The dividend payment for preferred stock Series T will be paid on June 30, 2008, to registered stock holders, as shown on the books of the corporation at the close of business on June 16, 2008, for the period from and including May 19, 2008, to but excluding June 30, 2008.
This preferred stock dividend was declared in accordance with the Certificate of Designation of Terms for our preferred stock Series T, which is available in the preferred stock offering circulars page on the company's Web site, www.fanniemae.com.Fannie Mae is a shareholder-owned company with a public mission. We exist to expand affordable housing and bring global capital to local communities in order to serve the U.S. housing market. Fannie Mae has a federal charter and operates in America's secondary mortgage market to ensure that mortgage bankers and other lenders have enough funds to lend to home buyers at low rates. In 2008, we mark our 70th year of service to America's housing market. Our job is to help those who house America.
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