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Told you so

11 February 2016 By Reynolds Holding

The bank joins JPMorgan and BofA in bad-mortgage settlements acknowledging dodgy behavior. It’s not an admission of guilt but shows critics were wrong to claim firms would fight, rather than reveal misconduct. Greater transparency is a decent legacy for Wall Street’s watchdogs.

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