Greg Reiter, American businessman, Died at 52


Gregory James Reiter was born in San Diego on June 6, 1963, and died on October 16, 2015.

Gregory also known as Freddie Mac, was an economics graduate from the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a master’s degree in business administration.

Gregory Reiter was married to Alysoun Mahoney,

Gregory, who represented Wells Fargo & Co.’s head of residential mortgage research.

He spent more than 25 years, specializing in bonds backed by home loans and other securities.

Gregory, a managing director in Wells Fargo’s New York office, was named to his position in 2012.

He joined the bank from Freddie Mac, the McLean, Virginia-based mortgage finance company controlled by the U.S. government, where he was responsible for developing securitization strategies.

Gregory previously was a managing director and head of agency mortgage-backed securities strategy at U.K.-based Royal Bank of Scotland Plc and held similar positions at UBS Group AG, the Zurich-based lender, and Amherst Securities Group LP, based in Houston.

Greg died on October 16 2015 at his home in Middleburg, Virginia. He was 52.