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Ocwen reaches settlement with Massachusetts mortgage regulator, but state lawsuit remains
The nonbank disclosed Friday in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it reached a settlement with the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation's Division of Banks, which took regulatory action against the company last ...

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Los Angeles Times

Sacramento becomes latest city to allege mortgage discrimination ...
Los Angeles Times
Sacramento has joined a handful of cities, including Oakland and Philadelphia, in claiming that Wells Fargo discriminated against minority mortgage borrowers, leading to foreclosures, depressed property values and lower tax revenue.

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Banks urge dismissal of FDIC lawsuit over mortgage bond losses
Citibank, Bank of New York Mellon and U.S. Bank have asked a federal judge in Manhattan to dismiss lawsuits by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp accusing them of failing their duties as trustees for mortgage-backed bonds that suffered heavy losses ...

Philadelphia Business Journal

Is Philadelphia off target on mortgage loans? An analysis of lending practices.
Philadelphia Business Journal
The lawsuit also claims that Wells Fargo was aware of this alleged practice and, in fact, incentivized the marketing of the high-cost or high-risk loans to minorities. Wells Fargo denied the city's claims. A Philadelphia Business Journal review of 2016 ...
Exclusive: Wells Fargo faces sanctions for auto insurance payouts - sourcesReuters

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GE cites possible U.S. sanction over former mortgage unit - The Hour
General Electric is bracing itself for possible U.S. Department of Justice sanctions over the actions of the former U.S. mortgage unit of GE Capital. In its annual report Friday, GE disclosed it may record up to an additional $500 million in losses as ...
GE's legal troubles are mounting - Feb. 26, 2018 - CNN MoneyCNNMoney

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Big Law Embraces Litigation Finance
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Litigation financers argue that the industry isn't financing cases that don't have merit. “The theory is there are high quality meritorious commercial claims out there, but it's not necessarily worth it to companies to take on the expense,” said Owen ...

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Why Barclays May Want To Hold Off On Hiking Dividends
However, it may behoove Barclays to keep its dividends at current levels for now due to the uncertainty over charges it could incur to settle several high-profile legacy lawsuits – especially the U.S. mortgage-related lawsuit filed by the Department of ...


S&P accused of weakening ratings model to win business in ...
Ratings agency Standard and Poor's weakened its risk assessment criteria to win business and turn out high ratings on opaque debt products that started to unwind during the global financial crisis, an Australian court heard on Monday.

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Wells Fargo (WFC) Sued Over Unfair Discrimination Practices
In the lawsuit, the city of Sacramento investigated Wells Fargo's lending practices and concluded that the bank was involved in redlining and reverse-redlining. Under such discriminatory practices, it used racial criteria to direct potential borrowers ...
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Senate banking bill rewards Equifax despite privacy breaches ...
Equifax's role in the biggest consumer data breach in U.S. history isn't stopping Congress from giving the giant credit reporting company sweeping protection from lawsuits while allowing it to expand its offerings into the mortgage business. Those ...

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