The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is exploring legal remedies against firms that sold faulty MBS that later played a key role in the failure of a handful of corporate credit unions (CUs).

Although the regulator would not discuss specifics, NCUA spokesman John McKechnie said the agency, "is taking all appropriate actions to preserve options to seek redress for the losses incurred in connection with the corporate failures."

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