Goldman Sachs agrees to pay $3.15B in FHFA suit

The Goldman Sachs group. goldman closes FHFA’s PLS Lawsuit for $3.15B. Zacks Equity Research . Zacks.. the company will pay around $2.15 billion to Freddie Mac while Fannie Mae will receive.

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In January, Goldman Sachs agreed in principle to a settlement for $5.1 billion. the Royal Bank of Scotland will settle for a multi-billion dollar amount with the FHFA for allegedly selling toxic.

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The Goldman Sachs Group will pay $3.15B to buy back residential mortgage backed securities from the FHFA, resolving claims from 2005-2007, the company announced today.

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 · The FHFA has already reached settlements Citigroup (NYSE:C), General Electric (GE) and the Swiss banking giant UBS, though only UBS has disclosed the settlement amount. It agreed in July to pay $885 million. Other large banks sued by the FHFA include Wells Fargo (WFC), Bank of America (BAC) and Goldman Sachs (GS).

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Bank of America agreed to pay $5.83 billion, while J.P. Morgan paid $4 billion as part of its bigger $13 billion settlement. And in what was Morgan Stanley’s largest legal expense stemming from the crisis, the Wall Street firm settled its FHFA suit in February for $1.25 billion. Bank of America and Morgan Stanley didn’t admit or deny wrongdoing.

Goldman Sachs agreed to pay $3.15 billion to end the suit; the effective value of the settlement was $1.2 billion. Allegations: The DOJ’s investigation related to the company’s due diligence on loans.

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