Yesterday, the Federal Reserve Board announced that it had reached an agreement in principle with SunTrust Banks Inc. and some of its subsidiaries "regarding the issuance of $160 million in monetary sanctions" that will be assessed for "unsafe and unsound processes and practices in residential mortgage loans servicing and foreclosure processing." Under the terms of the agreement in principle, SunTrust must pay the Federal Reserve "the amount of the sanction not spent by SunTrust within two years of December 31, 2013, in providing borrower assistance or remediation...or on a provide funding for nonprofit housing counseling organizations for counseling to borrowers who are facing default or foreclosure." For more, read the full press release.