DOJ demands more in BofA, Countrywide deal

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Fresh off an August lawsuit over an 0 million mortgage bond, Bank of America is set to face three more Justice. by Countrywide, sources with direct knowledge of the investigation told Bloomberg.

Look at How Much Countrywide Has Cost Bank of America – Deal. – A stomach-churning roundup of the billions of dollars of legal settlements, losses and other headaches Countrywide has brought to Bank of America. Has a $4 billion deal ever looked so expensive?

Bank of America reached a $17 billion agreement with federal regulators over faulty mortgages. What’s in it for you?. Merrill Lynch and Countrywide," according to the Department of Justice..

Bank Of America’s Countrywide Acquisition Gets 2.5% Worse. fraudulent mortgages that somebody else was suing Countrywide over? The DOJ’s. least puts more pressure on BofA to cough up some.

Bank of America Corp., the second-biggest U.S. lender, said the Department of Justice may file another. credit crisis and purchases of Countrywide Financial Corp. and Merrill Lynch & Co. The bank.

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The bank is now focusing on settlements with the U.S. Department of Justice. Bank of America brought much of this pain on itself, when it bought Countrywide in 2008. Brian Moynihan, who became the.

Bank of America’s 2008 purchase of Countrywide is looking increasingly like one of the worst deals ever struck in corporate America.

BofA and Countrywide: Worst. Deal. Ever? – YouTube – At one time Bank of America thought it was picking up Countrywide Financial for the bargain price of $2.5 billion. WSJ’s David Benoit stops by Mean Street with figures indicating the purchase.

The tentative deal – which people briefed on the matter said would cost Bank of America more than $16 billion to settle investigations into its sale of toxic mortgage securities – started to take shape last week after the justice department rejected yet another settlement offer from the bank. Then, a wild card entered the fray.

The $8.5 billion settlement reached with Bank of America Corp. gave mortgage-bond investors more than twice what they would have recovered through litigation and was an “easy decision,” an attorney.

Dec 20 (Reuters) – Bank of America Corp is close to settling a U.S. Justice Department probe into whether its unit Countrywide Financial violated fair lending practices, Bloomberg said, citing two.