Banks agree to pay $18.5bn in two. In the new deal, Bank of America agreed to pay $10bn to Fannie Mae to settle claims that the bank sold bad loans to the national mortgage guarantor for 10 years,
Last week, Fifth Third also agreed to settle the lawsuit by paying $18 million under which the bank was sued for encouraging discriminatory indirect auto lending practices. The settlement. home.
The settlement did not require states to spend the bulk of their share on housing, but that was the intent. While states have announced plans to use $977 million. by five large mortgage servicers;.
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Fifth Third Bank to Pay $18 Million Settlement For charging black customers More Interest for Auto loans. auto loans continue to make up a large portion of consumer debt, reportedly falling just behind mortgages and student loans as the top source of debt for the public. What’s more, auto dealers finance 80 percent of car purchases,
Attorney General Eric Holder and Associate Attorney General Tony West announced today that the Department of Justice has reached a $16.65 billion settlement with Bank of America Corporation – the largest civil settlement with a single entity in American history – to resolve federal and state claims against Bank of America and its former and current subsidiaries, including countrywide financial corporation and Merrill Lynch.
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MBIA will get a 5% stake in BoA, as well as receive a $500 million credit line. MBIA will also have no further payment obligations on any of its insurance policies held by Bank of America. In exchange, the bond insurer will drop its litigation brought against Countrywide Financial, a BoA mortgage subsidiary.
(Dec. 12, 2016) – Attorney General Andy Beshear today announced nearly 350 Kentuckians and three state organizations have received a combined $18 million from the 2014 Bank of America Settlement involving the company’s mortgage loan practices during the 2008 national financial crisis.
U.S. Bank to Pay $200 Million to Resolve Alleged FHA Mortgage Lending Violations. U.S. Bank is a banking services company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a wholly owned subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp, a bank holding company headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The settlement was the result of a joint investigation conducted by HUD,