Wells Fargo officially reaches $1.2B settlement over its FHA lending

Wells Fargo officially reaches $1.2B settlement over its FHA lending Posted on February 3, 2016 | Leave a comment Wells Fargo announced a $1.2 billion agreement with the federal government to resolve claims related to its federal housing administration lending program for the time period between 2001-2010, along with other potential civil.

Wells Fargo agreed to pay $2.09 billion to settle with the Justice Department over the sale of toxic mortgage-backed securities in the lead-up to the financial crisis.

Wells Fargo has agreed to a $1.2 billion settlement to resolve a long-running mortgage dispute with the U.S. government, a move that slashes the bank’s 2015 profit by $134 million.

Regulators filed the case in 2012, alleging Wells Fargo had misused government money for the "reckless origination and underwriting" of federally backed mortgages.

Wells Fargo officially reaches $1.2B settlement over its FHA lending Posted on February 3, 2016 | Leave a comment Wells Fargo announced a $1.2 billion agreement with the federal government to resolve claims related to its Federal Housing Administration lending program for the time period between 2001-2010, along with other potential civil.

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Wells Fargo & Co. has admitted to illegally cashing in on government-backed mortgages as part of a $1.2 billion settlement in a long-running civil suit. As part of the settlement, finalized on.