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FDIC Sues 4 Former IndyMac Executives

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (AP) Bank regulators have accused four former executives of failed IndyMac Bank of negligence in making loans to homebuilders and are seeking a total $300 million in damages. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., which took over California-based IndyMac when it collapsed two years ago...

FDIC Sues 3 Former Top Executives Of Failed WaMu

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (AP) Federal bank regulators have sued three former top executives of Washington Mutual, the biggest U.S. bank ever to fail, accusing them of negligence in allowing risky mortgage lending. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. filed the civil lawsuit Wednesday against former WaMu CEO...

2nd Circuit: Rating Agencies Can't Be Held Liable In Securities Litigation As '33 Act Underwriters

In a May 11, 2011 opinion ( here ), a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit affirmed the dismissal of rating agency defendants in litigation filed under the Securities Act of 1933 and involving mortgage-related securities issues by Lehman Brothers and IndyMac and the Residential Asset Securitization...

Former IndyMac CEO Agrees To $12 Million Settlement With FDIC

LOS ANGELES - (Mealey's) Former IndyMac FSB CEO Michael Perry on Dec. 14 agreed to a $12 million settlement to resolve the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s $600 million suit over his alleged role in the bank's failure, according to a stipulation of dismissal with prejudice filed in a California...