C Suisse settles mortgage-backed securities lawsuit


Credit Suisse said it settled lawsuits brought by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. over the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the financial crisis.

The bank will take a $79.5 million charge in the third quarter for costs not covered by existing reserves, the Zurich-based bank said in a statement Thursday.

Bloomberg News reports that the settlement resolves two lawsuits and relates to the sale of 19 residential mortgage-backed securities.

Credit Suisse has settled a number of mortgage-related claims in the past year as CEO Tidjane Thiam seeks to put an end to outstanding legal issues and refocus the firm on wealth management.

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