Find a page

BoA $16.6 billion mortgage deal
21 Aug 2014 15:03
Bank of America has reached a $16.65 billion settlement with US regulators to settle charges that it misled investors into buying troubled mortgage-backed securities.
-
The settlement announced today by the US Department of Justice calls for the second-largest US bank to pay a $9.65 billion cash penalty, and provide $7 billion of consumer relief to struggling homeowners and communities.
-
It is expected to resolve the vast majority of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank's remaining liabilities tied to its purchases of Countrywide Financial Corp, once the largest mortgage lender in the US, and Merrill Lynch & Co.
-
"This historic resolution - the largest such settlement on record - goes far beyond 'the cost of doing business,'" US Attorney General Eric Holder said in a statement.
-

Where can I get RTÉ Aertel Digital?

RTÉ Aertel Digital is an enhanced digital version of the RTÉ Aertel teletext service. It functions in the same way as the analogue service, offering current news, sport and weather updates but is now more agile and easier to use.

RTÉ Aertel Digital is available on Saorview, the new free digital TV service in Ireland.
Press TEXT button on your remote to launch Aertel from RTÉ One, RTÉ Two, RTÉ News Now.