Credit Suisse becomes latest to settle with NCUA over credit union RMBS losses

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Credit Suisse Group AG (CS) agreed to a settlement by paying $29 million to the U.S. regulator for credit unions ??? national credit Union Administration (NCUA) ??? related to the RMBS lawsuit.

The Justice Department announced today a $5.28 billion settlement with Credit Suisse related to Credit Suisse’s conduct in the packaging, securitization, issuance, marketing and sale of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) between 2005 and 2007.

The settlement covers claims made by the NCUA Board in 2013 in Kansas and New York federal courts on behalf of several credit unions: U.S. Central Federal Credit Union, Western Corporate Federal.

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Credit Suisse becomes the latest to settle with the NCUA over the failure of Members United Corporate Federal Credit Union and Southwest Corporate Federal Credit Union.

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Credit Unions Nomura Home Equity Loan, Inc. and Nomura Asset Acceptance Corporation have agreed to jointly pay over $3M to settle allegations that they engaged in the sale of faulty residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) to the Western Corporate Federal Credit Union and the U.S. Central Federal Credit Union.

National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) ??? related to the RMBS lawsuit. Credit Suisse (CS) Settles RMBS Case with NCUA for $29M – March 28, 2016 – On Thursday, Swiss Bank ???

In the absence of massive settlements involving banks, the spotlight has turned towards other financial firms – those that typically experience lower losses. Credit Union. The settlement did not.

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Law360, New York (December 17, 2012, 3:05 PM EST) — The National Credit Union Administration on Monday sued. "Indeed, a material percentage of the loans collateralizing the RMBS were all but.