Monitor Releases First Report on Credit Suisse’s Plan to Earn $2.8 Billion in Consumer Relief Credit Under DOJ RMBS Settlement. NEW YORK- October 27, 2017 – Neil M. Barofsky of the law firm Jenner & Block llp today released his first report as independent Monitor for the Credit Suisse residential mortgage-backed securities, or "RMBS," settlement.
Under the settlement, Credit Suisse earns "credit" toward its $2.8 billion obligation by providing the types of consumer relief listed in the settlement. Credit Suisse can earn more "credit" for some types of consumer relief than others. As a result, Credit Suisse will ultimately be able to meet its $2.8 billion obligation by spending less than $2.8 billion. Under the settlement, Credit Suisse may provide the following types of consumer relief: Loan modifications for homeowners.
Credit Suisse must provide consumer relief to homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments or who owe more than their homes are worth. Credit Suisse will be providing assistance to communities affected by the housing crisis by funding affordable housing developments around the country.
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The report details Credit Suisse’s plan to fulfill its obligation pursuant to the terms of the settlement to earn $2.8 billion in consumer relief credit by modifying home mortgage loans and.
Credit Suisse Agrees to RMBS Settlement with DOJ. "Under the terms of this settlement, Credit Suisse will pay $2.48 billion as a fine for its conduct. And Credit Suisse has pledged $2.8 billion in relief to struggling homeowners, borrowers, and communities affected by the bank’s lending practices.
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This website has been established to provide general information related to the proposed settlement of the case referred to as Credit Suisse First payment default practice fair Fund.
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