David Stevens arrived as a commissioner at the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) in 2009 vowing to restore financial discipline to a government housing body facing the stresses of a post-crash world.

A former mortgage banker himself, Stevens, now 54, bolstered the agency's finances and pursued alleged wrongdoing at nonbank lenders including Berkshire Hathaway and Goldman Sachs affiliates.

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