Last week, Credit Suisse agreed to pay $ 885 million deal to the Federal Housing Finance Agency, after it was accused of mis-selling mortgage-backed securities during the run up to the financial crisis.

The world’s largest banks have forked out close to $ 100 billion to settle U.S.-based legal disputes since the beginning of the financial crisis, according to a research study by the Financial Times.

<p>The world&rsquo;s largest banks have forked out close to $ 100 billion to settle U.S.-based legal disputes since the beginning of the financial crisis, according to a research study by the Financial Times.</p>

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