Investors Unite gets the cold shoulder at Guggenheim Securities
- July 29, 2014
Tuesday, July 29, 2014, By Trey Garrison
Guggenheim Securities held a by-invitation only event last week in New York for big investors titled “Fannie & Freddie: Is There Value Worth Saving?” but members of Investors Unite – that is, the retail investors – were shut out.
All except one, who spoke to HousingWire on the condition of anonymity.
The keynote speakers were Sen. John Corker’s (of Corker-Warner fame, or infamy, depending on your perspective) housing policy advisor, Michael Bright. He’s the former Countrywide executive who authored Corker-Warner.
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