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Professional Liability Settlement Agreements

The FDIC brings actions against professionals who have acted negligently and contributed to the failure of an insured institution. These suits maximize recoveries for creditors of the failed bank receivership, including uninsured depositors and the deposit insurance fund. Pursuing a settlement agreement may avoid costly and protracted litigation and result in greater recoveries. The FDIC will publish the terms and conditions of all settlements as they become available and the material will be updated on a monthly basis.

For additional information see: Professional Liability Lawsuits.

Professional Liability Settlement Agreements by State since 2008

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New Jersey

New York

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Puerto Rico

South Carolina South Dakota Texas Utah Washington Wisconsin Wyoming

Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS)

Last Updated 04/09/2014 communications@fdic.gov