Judge approves Citigroup’s $730M settlement with bondholders

Judge OKs Massive Settlement Over Toxic Mortgages – HuffPost – NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal judge has approved a settlement in which Citigroup Inc agreed to pay bondholders $730 million to resolve claims that the bank concealed its exposure to billions of.

Judge approves Citigroup 0 million settlement – Reuters – A federal judge gave final approval Thursday to a $590 million settlement by Citigroup Inc that resolves a shareholder lawsuit accusing the bank of hiding tens of billions of dollars of toxic.

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$730M Settlement Reached in Citigroup Toxic Bonds Security. – $730M Settlement Reached in Citigroup Toxic Bonds Security Class Action Lawsuit. Lawyers for the bondholders state this settlement is the second largest recovery in securities class action lawsuit ever brought on behalf of bond investors. The settlement, approved by US District Judge Sidney.

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Bond settlement – housingwire.com – Judge approves Citigroup’s $730M settlement with bondholders. Citigroup is required to pay bondholders $730 million to resolve claims that the mega bank concealed its exposure to billions of.

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Judge OKs $730M Citigroup Bondholder Settlement | Fox Business – A federal judge approved a settlement in which Citigroup agreed to pay bondholders $730M for claims the bank concealed exposure to toxic mortgage assets prior to the financial crisis.

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