Federally insured credit unions could potentially receive a rebate on corporate assessments, according to a Feb. 12 release from the NCUA. However, the final tally won't come until 2021, the regulator cautioned.
Revealing the settlement's net gain could jeopardize ongoing negotiations with deep-pocketed Wall Street firms, NCUA's general counsel says.
JPMorgan Chase settlement eliminated future assessments, but NCUA won't reveal how much it paid in lawyer's fees.
The NCUA would not confirm an Oct. 21 report that it has agreed to a tentative settlement with JP Morgan over mortgage-backed securities sold to failed corporate credit unions. The NCUA filed suit against JP Morgan Securities in June 2011, seeking to recover more than $800 million in losses to...
Agency declines to comment on accuracy of published report about settlement over failed securities, corporates.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.— New board member stresses that repaying debt to Treasury is good for the industry.
The NCUA won a big legal victory Aug. 27 when the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled the regulator can proceed with its claims against Wall Street firms over mortgage backed securities sold to the failed U.S. Central Federal Credit Union.
Agency hails Tuesday ruling upholding its overtime rights to file actions over corporate collapses.
The NCUA reported April 2 that it scored a $165 million win against Wall Street, reaching a settlement with Bank of America over residential mortgage-backed securities losses at failed corporate credit unions. Bank of America did not admit fault as part of the settlement, the NCUA said in a release.
Corporate collapse settlement totals now top $335 million, agency says. Lawyers to get $84 million. Corporate rescue assessment to be determined.