Investors in mortgage-backed securities are suing Countrywide Financial Corp. over its plans to modify troubled loans in a multibillion-dollar settlement with more than a dozen state attorneys.
The only question here is who is going to pay for it," he said. "And our position is that bondholders are not going to pay for these modifications. Countrywide needs to pay for them." The suit alleges that either countrywide home loans or Countrywide Servicing must purchase all loans the lender modifies from any of 374 securitization trusts.
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· Nortel’s Canadian workers face meagre payout under bondholder deal. Under that proposal, the Canadian creditors would recoup 59 per cent of their claim, while the U.S. secured bondholders would receive 100 per cent. European claimants would recover just 27 per cent of their claims, however, and the British pension trust would recoup 44 per cent of its claim.
I hope the settlement is approved. Let both parties move forward from the disaster of the financial crisis. Bank of America pays what is by all accounts an enormous sum of money, and the bondholders get a reasonable settlement up front in exchange for not dragging it out years and years. June 3, 2013 at 11:23 PM Anonymous said.
WASHINGTON — Bank of America’s record $16.65 billion settlement for its role in selling shoddy mortgage bonds — $7 billion of it geared for consumer relief — offers a glint of hope. up this mess.