FHFA resolves 6 of 18 RMBS suits against big banks The FHFA has served as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s conservator since their $187 billion taxpayer bailout in 2008. It filed suits against 18 banks over losses suffered by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on more than $130 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities.
FHA Files a $196 Billion Lawsuit Against 17 Banks . The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), as conservator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises), today filed lawsuits against 17 financial institutions, certain of their officers and various unaffiliated lead underwriters.
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suits are against the underwriters of the securitizations. Accordingly, the suits believe the underwriters should be held liable since they misrepresented the information contained in the prospectus. They are seeking rescission on approximately $25.6 billion in RMBS purchases. In.
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The automotive lender said on Tuesday it had reached a deal to resolve a lawsuit by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) over $6 billion in mortgage. was worth $55.3 million, and resolves four.
Bank of America inked a $9.5B deal with the Federal Housing Finance Agency to resolve its residential mortgage-backed securities litigation with the regulator.. The FHFA settlement resolves.
suits are against the underwriters of the securitizations. Accordingly, the suits believe the underwriters should be held liable since they misrepresented the information contained in the prospectus. They are seeking rescission on approximately $25.6 billion in RMBS purchases. In July 2010, an investor syndicate purportedly
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· The agency said the banks made false or misleading statements relating to some $200 billion in RMBS bought by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, for which the FHFA is conservator. With respect to Ally, the agency sought to recoup losses on the sale of more than $6 billion of securities to Freddie Mac between September 2005 and May 2007.
[paragraph] Bank of America said that the FHFA settlement resolves four lawsuits that the agency filed against Bank of America, Countrywide and Merrill Lynch entities beginning in September 2011. [paragraph] FHFA alleged in the suits that the companies falsely represented that the underlying mortgage loans complied with certain standards.