Fannie Mae, looking to attract more individual investors, has redesigned its annual report to present itself more effectively to this audience.

The change is part of a much broader program to increase individual ownership of Fannie's shares. Jayne Shontell, senior vice president for investor relations, said the company began the effort about a year ago when it split its shares to bring their price down to about $30, a more comfortable level for retail investors.

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