Public Service Announcement: Fannie & Freddie New OTC Tickers (FNM, FRE, FNMA, FMCC)

Fannie Mae (NYSE: FNM) (OTC-BB: FNMA) and Freddie Mac (NYSE: FRE) (OTC-BB: FMCC) have both just made their ‘public service announcements’ showing the new tickers for the shares of their common stock and for the whole host of preferred shares that are heading to the OTC Bulletin Board.  Starting tomorrow, the new OTC-BB ticker will be “FNMA” for Fannie Mae and “FMCC” for Freddie Mac.  We now have all the sub-tickers for the rest of the preferred issues that also trade.  This probably won’t keep Fannie Mae’s nor Freddie Mac’s common stock from trending toward the real value of Zero, but at least you’ll be able to find where the shares are.


Common Stock
Old Ticker: FNM
New Ticker: FNMA

Preferred Stock, Series F
Old Ticker: FNMPRF
New Ticker: FNMAP

Preferred Stock, Series G
Old Ticker: FNMPRG
New Ticker: FNMAO

Preferred Stock, Series H
Old Ticker: FNMPRH
New Ticker: FNMAM

Preferred Stock, Series I
Old Ticker: FNMPRI
New Ticker: FNMAG

Preferred Stock, Series L
Old Ticker: FNMPRL
New Ticker: FNMAN

Preferred Stock, Series M
Old Ticker: FNMPRM
New Ticker: FNMAL

Preferred Stock, Series N
Old Ticker: FNMPRN
New Ticker: FNMAK

Preferred Stock, Series P
Old Ticker: FNMPRP
New Ticker: FNMAH

Preferred Stock, Series Q
Old Ticker: FNMPRQ
New Ticker: FNMAI

Preferred Stock, Series R
Old Ticker: FNMPRR
New Ticker: FNMAJ

Preferred Stock, Series S
Old Ticker: FNMPRS
New Ticker: FNMAS

Preferred Stock, Series T
Old Ticker: FNMPRT
New Ticker: FNMAT

Preferred Stock, Series 2008-1
Old Ticker: FNA
New Ticker: FANIP


Common Stock
Old Ticker: FRE
New Ticker: FMCC

1996 Variable Rate
Old Ticker: FRE.prB
New Ticker: FMCCI

5% (1998)
Old Ticker: FRE.prF
New Ticker: FMCKK

1998 Variable Rate
Old Ticker: FRE.prG
New Ticker: FMCCG

5.1% (1998)
Old Ticker: FRE.prH
New Ticker: FMCCH

5.79% (1999)
Old Ticker: FRE.prK
New Ticker: FMCCK

1999 Variable Rate
Old Ticker: FRE.prL
New Ticker: FMCCL

2001 Variable Rate (Jan)
Old Ticker: FRE.prM
New Ticker: FMCCM

2001 Variable Rate (Mar)
Old Ticker: FRE.prN
New Ticker: FMCCN

5.81% (2001)
Old Ticker: FRE.prO
New Ticker: FMCCO

6% (2001)
Old Ticker: FRE.prP
New Ticker: FMCCP

2001 Variable Rate (May)
Old Ticker: FRE.prQ
New Ticker: FMCCJ

5.7% (2001)
Old Ticker: FRE.prR
New Ticker: FMCKP

2006 Variable Rate
Old Ticker: FRE.prS
New Ticker: FMCCS

6.42% (2006)
Old Ticker: FRE.prT
New Ticker: FMCCT

5.9% (2006)
Old Ticker: FRE.prU
New Ticker: FMCKO

5.57% (2007)
Old Ticker: FRE.prV
New Ticker: FMCKM

5.66% (2007)
Old Ticker: FRE.prW
New Ticker: FMCKN

6.02% (2007)
Old Ticker: FRE.prX
New Ticker: FMCKL

6.55% (2007)
Old Ticker: FRE.prY
New Ticker: FMCKI

2007 Fixed-to-Floating Rate
Old Ticker: FRE.prZ
New Ticker: FMCKJ

If you got stuck in the Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac common or preferred shares before the delisting from the NYSE, you might want to consider saving this page or printing the page out and keeping it for your records.  Once stocks migrate off the NYSE or even NASDAQ for a permanent journey on the OTC Bulletin Board or the Pink Sheets, these often become more and more difficult to find for investors.

We noted over and over for quite some length of time that Fannie (and Freddie) would have a long slow demise into nothingness.  This is not quite bankruptcy.  This is also not quite nothingness, it is somewhere in between Purgatory and Limbo.

It is now the year 2010.  In 2011 and 2012, and maybe beyond, many will still be trying to figure out how to track down their tickers for write-offs and outright losses when it comes to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.


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