The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reached a tentative $183.5 million settlement Thursday with the court-appointed receiver of an Oregon private equity firm that could provide debt relief to 41,000 students of the bankrupt Corinthian Colleges.

The CFPB and 13 state attorneys general reached a proposed settlement with the receiver of Aequitas Capital Management, based in Lake Oswego, Wash.

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