Items Tagged with 'consumer relief obligation'

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  • RBS meets $400 million consumer relief goal by handing out $130 million in relief

    Bank completes consumer relief portion of its $500 million settlement with New York
    Just six months after the Royal Bank of Scotland reached a $500 million settlement with the state of New York over the bank’s mortgage practices in the run-up to the housing crisis, RBS has reached the settlement’s $400 million consumer relief goal, by providing just under $130 million in actual relief.
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  • Goldman Sachs forgives $71 million in mortgage debt

    Part of $1.8 billion consumer relief obligation in $5 billion settlement
    Goldman Sachs forgave nearly $71 million in mortgage debt over the last several months, as the company works to meet its $1.8 billion consumer relief obligation that is part of the company’s $5 billion settlement reached in April 2016 over toxic mortgage bonds, the settlement’s monitor said in a new report.
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  • Morgan Stanley closing in on $400 million in consumer relief for mortgage bond settlement

    Moves past 90% in consumer relief obligation
    Morgan Stanley is nearing the end of its $400 million consumer relief obligation that is part of the $3.2 billion mortgage bond settlement it reached last year. The settlement covers Morgan Stanley’s “deceptive” mortgage bond practices in the run-up to the financial crisis and requires the company to provide $400 million in consumer relief.
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  • Morgan Stanley nears $400 million in consumer relief for mortgage bond settlement

    Moves past 85% mark in consumer relief obligation
    Morgan Stanley is nearly finished with its $400 million consumer relief obligation that is part of the $3.2 billion mortgage bond settlement it reached last year. A new report from Eric Green, the independent monitor of the consumer-relief portion of the settlement, shows that Morgan Stanley’s consumer relief total now exceeds $338 million.
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  • Goldman Sachs nearing $650 million in consumer relief in $5 billion settlement

    Passes one-third mark in $1.8 billion consumer relief obligation
    Goldman Sachs recently passed the one-third mark in its $1.8 billion consumer relief obligation that is part of the company's $5 billion settlement reached in April 2016 over toxic mortgage bonds, the settlement's monitor said in a new report. Part of Goldman Sachs' most recent consumer relief is $240 million in donations to facilitate the construction, rehabilitation or preservation of affordable low-income rental or for-sale housing in seven states
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  • Goldman Sachs reaches $100 million in consumer relief in $5 billion settlement

    Still a long way to go to reach consumer relief requirement of $1.8 billion
    Goldman Sachs is progressing in the consumer relief obligations that are part of the $5 billion settlement reached in April over toxic mortgage bonds, the settlement’s monitor said in a new report. The report showed that Goldman Sachs passed the $100 million mark on its way to the $1.8 billion in consumer relief it's required to provide as part of the settlement.
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