The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) announced this afternoon it will receive $165 million from Citigroup and Deutsche Bank Securities to settle claims of wrongdoing in the sale of MBS to failed corporate credit unions.

Under the negotiated settlements, Citigroup will pay $20.5 million and Deutsche Bank $145 million and the two Wall Street banks will not admit fault on their part.

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