WASHINGTON — In an annual meeting with Asian investors, Fannie Mae last week touted as a boon to investors its voluntary pledge to augment its capital base, increase disclosures, and issue subordinated debt.

“The voluntary capital enhancement and disclosure measures we announced last month highlight Fannie Mae’s exceptional financial strength and should serve to solidify our standing with international investors as one of the most well-managed financial institutions in the world,” said Timothy Howard, Fannie’s chief economist.

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