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Regulatory Enforcement: Using FIRREA to Prosecute Financial Fraud

Back in 2009, when the current bank failure litigation wave was in its very earliest stages, I noted that in its preliminary efforts to lay the groundwork to pursue failed bank litigation, the FDIC had resurrected FIRREA, a statutory vestige from the S&L crisis in the late 80s and early 90s that...

More About Stories We're Following: Libor Scandal, FIRREA, Chinese Company Securities Suits

NCUA Files Libor Manipulation Antitrust Suit: Even though the federal judge presiding over the consolidated Libor antitrust litigation has granted the defendants’ motion to dismiss the antitrust claims, the federal credit union regulatory agency has filed a new action against Libor rate-setting...