NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- Several financiers learned that

Fannie Mae

(FNMA.OB)

and

Freddie Mac

(FMCC.OB)

would go into conservatorship about seven weeks ahead of time,

Bloomberg News

reported in an article published Tuesday.

Putting Fannie and Freddie into conservatorship would wipe out the common shares and much of the preferred stock of the government sponsored entities, the group was informed.

The group of fund managers, at least five of whom were alumnae of

Goldman Sachs

(GS) - Get Report

, received the tip on July 21, 2008 from then-Treasury Secretary and former Goldman CEO Hank Paulson, the report stated.

Bloomberg

found no evidence the attendees, who included

Evercore Partners

(EVR) - Get Report

Chairman Roger Altman,

Eton Park

founder Eric Mindich

Blackstone Group

(BX) - Get Report

senior managing director Bennett Goodman and

Och-Ziff Capital Management

(OZM)

Chairman and CEO Daniel Och, among others, profited from the information.

Asked to comment on the meeting, Paulson spokeswoman Michele Davis, who was also in attendance, referred

Bloomberg

to Paulson's book on the financial crisis "On the Brink." However, the book makes no mention of the meeting, which took place at the offices of Eton Park.

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Written by Dan Freed in New York

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