submitted proposals to manage troubled mortgage- backed securities in the biggest portion of the
$700 billion financial-rescue plan,
reports, citing people familiar with the matter.
Pimco is a subsidiary of German insurer
Bank of New York Mellon
bid to handle record-keeping and custody services for the Treasury,
reports. The deadline for proposals was Wednesday.
Last week, the House of Representatives passed the Treasury proposal for the bailout program for the financial system. President Bush signed the legislation on Friday.
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