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A list of companies, governmental and quasi-governmental agencies (GSEs), and/or non-profit organizations involved in the various economic and financi

A list of companies, governmental and quasi-governmental agencies (GSEs), and/or non-profit organizations involved in the various economic and financial crises of 2007-2008.

1 Housing Bubble
1.1 United States
1.1.1 National Builders
1.1.2 Real estate and appraisal
1.1.3 Associations
2 Mortgage crisis
2.1 Subprime lenders
2.2 Other lenders
2.3 Insurers
3 Secondary and securitized mortgage market
3.1 Banks
3.2 Governmental and quasi-governmental
3.2.1 Central Banks
3.3 Credit rating agencies
3.3.1 Government sponsored enterprises
4 Nonprofit Organization
4.1 Community Organization
4.2 Credit Counselors
5 References

[edit] Housing Bubble

[edit] United States
Main article: United States housing bubble

[edit] National Builders
Beazer Homes USA
Hovnanian Enterprises
Lennar Corporation
KB Home
Pulte Homes
Toll Brothers

[edit] Real estate and appraisal
Coldwell Banker
Prudential Real Estate

[edit] Associations
American Society of Appraisers
Appraisal Institute
National Association of Home Builders
National Association of Realtors
Real Estate Counseling Group of America
Urban Land Institute

[edit] Mortgage crisis
Main article: Subprime mortgage crisis

[edit] Subprime lenders
New Century Financial Corporation
American Home Mortgage Investment Corporation
Accredited Home Lenders
Countrywide Financial
Northern Rock (UK)
Option One
American Freedom Mortgage, Inc.

[edit] Other lenders
Washington Mutual
Luminent Mortgage Capital
Aegis Wholesale
1st National Bank of Arizona
GreenPoint Mortgage Funding
Velocity Commercial Lender
Fremont Investment & Loan
ResMAE Mortgage Corp
Americans Brokers Conduit
IndyMac Bank

[edit] Insurers
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation

[edit] Secondary and securitized mortgage market
Main article: Secondary mortgage market

[edit] Banks
Main article: List of bankrupt or acquired banks during the subprime mortgage crisis
BNP Paribas, [1], France
JPMorgan Chase, USA
Citigroup, USA
Credit Suisse, Switzerland
Deutsche Bank, Germany
IKB Industriekredit-Bank, Germany
Bear Stearns
Sächsische Landesbank, Germany
Goldman Sachs
Lehman Brothers
Bank of America
Netbank, USA
Banca March, Spain
UBS AG, Switzerland
Northern Rock, UK
Merrill Lynch .[2], USA

[edit] Governmental and quasi-governmental
United States Department of the Treasury
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Federal Housing Finance Agency
State of California

[edit] Central Banks
Federal Reserve Bank
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
European Central Bank
Bank of Japan
Central Bank of Russia

[edit] Credit rating agencies
Standard & Poor's
Fitch Ratings

[edit] Government sponsored enterprises
Main article: government sponsored enterprise
Fannie Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association
Freddie Mac, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

[edit] Nonprofit Organization

[edit] Community Organization
ACORN Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now

[edit] Credit Counselors
Hope Now Alliance
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[edit] References
^ BNP Paribas Investment Partners temporally suspends the calculation of the Net Asset Value of the following funds: Parvest Dynamic ABS, BNP Paribas ABS EURIBOR and BNP Paribas ABS EONIA
^ "AM - Subprime slump claims Merrill Lynch chief" (HTML). ABC, Australia.
[hide]v • d • eFinancial crisis of 2007-2008

Main issues Subprime mortgage crisis (timeline) · List of writedowns · Bankrupt or acquired banks · Economic crisis of 2008 · January 2008 stock market volatility · 2008 Russian financial crisis · Global stock market crash of September 2008

Major events Bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers · Federal takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

Companies List of entities involved in 2007-2008 financial crises

Related events United States housing market correction · 2007–2008 world food price crisis · 2000s energy crisis · 2008 Central Asia energy crisis

Key terms Credit crunch (credit crisis) · Economic bubble · Financial contagion - Financial crisis · Liquidity crisis

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