Posts Tagged ‘Goldman Sachs’

NCUA included in $5B Goldman Sachs RMBS settlement

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) will be included in the $5 billion settlement reached between Goldman Sachs and the U.S. Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force’s Residential Mortgage-backed Securities (RMBS) Working Group, an [...]

Warren hits banks, expands base to solidify Senate power

Warren hits banks, expands base to solidify Senate power

Elizabeth Warren, in her first year as a U.S. senator, has captured headlines by pressuring such industry titans as Goldman Sachs Chairman Lloyd C. Blankfein for transparency, including a Dec. 4 call for Wall [...]

Your opportunity to stop big bank bailouts

Your opportunity to stop big bank bailouts

By Alan Grayson I've found an interesting and novel way to end Wall Street bailouts, and prove once and for all that no bank is "too big to fail." And I need your help. This [...]

Rewiring the Banker Brain

Rewiring the Banker Brain

A culture shift is still needed to reconnect finance with the real economy. By Rana Foroohar If you are in any doubt about how little has changed on Wall Street since 2008, check out yesterday’[...]

Gladwell: Credit Unions are David to Banks’ Goliath

Gladwell: Credit Unions are David to Banks’ Goliath

Credit Unions should use their size to their advantage in a financial services arena that’s as unsettled as ever. by Paul Gentile What credit union wouldn’t want the brand dominance of Apple or [...]

Court Says NCUA Filed Claims Too Late

A federal court has concluded that NCUA cannot pursue seven of its eight claims against Goldman Sachs over losses relating to mortgage-backed securities because the agency waited too long to file those claims, according to [...]

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