FDIC sues 12 banks over mortgage bonds sold to Colonial

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sued several major banks over the $388 million in securities sold to Colonial Bank, which failed in 2009, according to media reports.

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Rothstein said PwC failed to uncover a multi-year fraud between Colonial, its former client, and Ocala, Florida-based Taylor, Bean & Whitaker, once the nation’s 12th largest mortgage lender and a major Colonial customer. The FDIC sued in its role as receiver for Colonial Bank, which once had more than $25 billion of assets and 340 branches.

A U.S. regulator sued Bank of New York Mellon. Since 2013, the FDIC has secured $1.83 billion in settlements with financial institutions over mortgage-backed securities sold to banks it took into.

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. were among the banks sued by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. over $388 million in securities sold to Colonial Bank. The FDIC alleged that. Bank v. Chase.

As head of the FDIC, Bair was on the front lines of the subprime-mortgage bubble which rocked the global financial system more than a decade ago. The FDIC was one of the key policy makers which.