Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. home lender, settled legal disputes with federal regulators tied to mortgage-backed securities for about $335 million.
The accord, which included the Federal Housing Finance Agency and covered agreements from the first and third quarters of this year, was disclosed today in a regulatory filing by San Francisco-based Wells Fargo. The sum was covered by reserves, the bank said.
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