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GE finalizes .5 billion DOJ Settlement Over Old Subprime Unit.. Co. finalized an agreement to pay $1.5 billion to settle a U.S. investigation into the manufacturer’s defunct subprime-mortgage business. The civil penalty will resolve claims that WMC Mortgage, a former unit of GE’s.
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General Electric may be facing a fine of at least $1.5 billion for the lending activities of its shuttered subprime lending unit, WMC Mortgage. GE revealed last week that it booked a reserve of $1.5 billion that may be used as a settlement with the Department of Justice over the company’s subprime lending from 2005
GE warns it could face DoJ action in subprime lending probe. general electric expects the US Department of Justice to say that it broke the law. although it has reached a settlement over the.
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GE Finalizes $1.5 Billion DOJ Settlement Over Old Subprime Unit Richard Clough , Bloomberg News (Bloomberg) — General Electric Co. finalized an agreement to pay $1.5 billion to settle a U.S. investigation into the manufacturer’s defunct subprime-mortgage business.
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GE to pay $1.5 billion fine over WMC Mortgage subprime loans GE books $1.5 billion for potential settlement with DOJ over WMC subprime loans Cynthia Barraza was a reporter for HousingWire.
Boston-based GE confirmed Thursday it reached a $1.5 billion settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice over its prior financial reporting for the WMC unit of GE Capital that.