Company Overview of U.S. Bank National Association
U.S. Bank National Association provides commercial banking services for individuals, businesses, and institutions. It offers personal banking services, including checking and savings accounts, and certificates of deposits; and personal loans and credit, such as mortgage, home equity, personal line of credit, auto loans, boat loans, and RV loans. The company also provides business banking services, including savings and checking accounts; and business loans, such as business credit lines, quick loans, SBA loans, real estate loans, equipment financing, and business ownership and expansion loans. In addition, it offers investing and wealth management products and services, including retirement ...
425 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202-3923
Founded in 1863
Key Executives for U.S. Bank National Association
President of Chicago Branch
Market President for Orange County and the Inland Empire region of California
Regional President of Portland & Southwest Washington
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
U.S. Bank National Association Key Developments
U.S. Bank NA to Pay $6 Million to Settle Lawsuit over Role as RMBS Trustee
Dec 22 14
U.S. Bank NA agreed to a $6 million settlement to resolve investors' claims that the bank failed to perform its duties as a trustee for certain residential mortgage-backed securities sold by Bear Stearns before the 2008 financial crisis. In 2011, the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System filed a lawsuit against the bank as trustee under various pooling and servicing agreements. The complaint asserted claims for alleged breaches of contract, and alleged violations of the Trust Indenture Act against U.S. Bank as trustee of two RMBS trusts. Various amended and/or corrected complaints were subsequently filed in the action, bringing the total number of RMBS trusts in the suit to 14. In August 2013, the court dismissed all claims with respect to nine of the 14 RMBS trusts. The parties in the complaint have now reached an agreement in principle to settle the action with respect to the five remaining RMBS trusts, according to a stipulation of settlement filed Dec. 17 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
NCUA Files Lawsuit Against U.S. Bank National Association and the Bank of America National Association
Dec 17 14
The NCUA announced that it is suing U.S. Bank National Association and the Bank of America National Association. The lawsuit, filed in federal court, said the defendants failed to perform the threshold duties of taking full possession of the original notes and mortgages and properly reviewing the mortgage loan files for irregularities. If the defendants had fulfilled their obligations, a significant percentage of the mortgage loans in the trusts would have been repurchased or substituted. Between 2004 and 2007, corporate credit unions including U.S. Central, WesCorp, Members United, Southwest and Constitution bought about $5.8 billion in residential mortgage-backed securities issued from the trusts, which eventually lost value and contributed to the failure of all five corporates.
American Association of Orthodontists Selects U.S. Bank National Association for Endorsed Practice Finance Program
Sep 17 14
U.S. Bank National Association has been selected as the endorsed practice finance program for U.S. members of the American Association of Orthodontists. Under the three year designation, the bank will provide practice finance loans with preferred pricing to qualified orthodontists among the organization’s 9,000 U.S. members. In addition to preferred pricing on conventional and Small Business Administration practice loans, U.S. Bank will provide AAO members with free individual consultations on their financing needs and other educational information on practice financing. Dedicated regional practice finance representatives will guide borrowers through the loan application process, with ongoing assistance available through a dedicated customer service phone number.
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