Ally Financial agreed to pay $2.1 billion to unsecured creditors of the auto-lender's bankrupt mortgage unit, Residential Capital, including securitization trusts suing for losses related to bad mortgages underwritten by ResCap.

ResCap announced last week that it Ally had reached a settlement with major creditors, but did not disclose the details. But today the mortgage lender disclosed in a press release that the terms included a contribution of $2.1 billion to ResCap’s estate. It said this was $1.35 billion more than Ally had agreed to pay in a pre-petition support agreement.

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