A foreign bank has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle lawsuits brought in Kansas and California in 2011 by the National Credit Union Administration Board (NCUA) as the liquidating agent for two corporate credit unions. The lawsuit centered on claims that the bank sold faulty mortgage-backed securities, contributing to the failures of the two credit unions during the financial crisis.
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NCUA Settles MBS Case with Foreign Bank
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