1,000 employees, 48 states and 80 branches are all being ‘wound down'
Three former traders have pleaded not guilty to charges of misleading investors by lying about mortgage bond prices
Billionaire John Grayken’s company is raising money to buy bonds mostly backed by borrowers with troubled credit histories
JPMorgan has been ordered to pay millions of dollars in damages over an MBS deal to one of the richest men in the world
A major lender has announced a new wave of job cuts, even as a Department of Justice criminal investigation encroaches
A United States congressman who has led predatory mortgage lending reform following the financial crisis is now going to a financial services law firm to fight issuers of mortgage-backed securities