HSBC Agrees to Settle Potential NCUA Claims for $5.25 Million

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On March 12, 2012, the National Credit Union Administration (“NCUA”) announced that it reached a settlement with HSBC concerning potential claims arising out of HSBC’s sale of RMBS to five failed credit unions.  HSBC agreed to pay $5.25 million, and admitted no fault or liability in connection with the settlement.  This is the third pre-litigation settlement that NCUA has reached in connection with the potential RMBS claims of failed credit unions.  Press Release.

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