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Credit Suisse concealed bad loans from investors

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 19, 2017

As part of a $5.28 billion settlement with the US Department of Justice, Credit Suisse has admitted it securitized loans employees called "bad loans" and "utter complete garbage" but assured investors the loans were sound. The DOJ says the bank avoided "a written record of defects" by reducing quality control. HousingWire (01/18) Politico Pro (subscription required) (01/18) Bloomberg (01/18)


Citigroup gets $25M fine over spoofing allegations

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017

Tilton faces lawsuit from Zohar funds

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 17, 2017

Rates to hit about 3% in 2019, Yellen says

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 19, 2017

Banks could save billions annually with blockchain

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Yellow cabs fade from NYC life

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

Deutsche Bank settles MBS case with DOJ

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

Commentary: Ending Wi-Fi at NYC cafes a good move

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

NYC property tax soars under de Blasio

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 16, 2017

Mnuchin signals support for Volcker rule

NYSSA SmartBrief | Jan 20, 2017


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