Violation Tracker Agency Summary Page

Agency Name: 
National Credit Union Administration
Penalty Total since 2000: 
$1,636,450,000
Number of Records: 
12
Note: 
The parent penalty totals are adjusted to account for the fact that the list of individual entries below may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. Duplicate penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the individual records list below.

Top 10 Parent CompaniesTotal Penalty $Number of Records
UBS$514,800,0002
Barclays$325,000,0001
Morgan Stanley$225,000,0001
Bank of America$165,000,0001
Deutsche Bank$145,000,0001
Royal Bank of Scotland$129,600,0001
Wells Fargo$53,000,0001
Credit Suisse$50,300,0001
Citigroup$20,500,0001
HSBC$5,250,0001


Individual Penalty Records:

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Company Parent Parent Major Industry Primary Offense Type Year Penalty Amountsort icon
UBS UBS financial services toxic securities abuses 2017 $445,000,000
Barclays Capital Inc. Barclays financial services toxic securities abuses 2015 $325,000,000
Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley financial services toxic securities abuses 2015 $225,000,000
Bank of America Bank of America financial services toxic securities abuses 2013 $165,000,000
Deutsche Bank Securities Deutsche Bank financial services toxic securities abuses 2011 $145,000,000
Royal Bank of Scotland plc Royal Bank of Scotland financial services toxic securities abuses 2015 $129,600,000
UBS UBS financial services toxic securities abuses 2016 $69,800,000
Wachovia Wells Fargo financial services toxic securities abuses 2015 $53,000,000
Credit Suisse Credit Suisse financial services toxic securities abuses 2016 $50,300,000
Citigroup Citigroup financial services toxic securities abuses 2011 $20,500,000
HSBC HSBC financial services toxic securities abuses 2012 $5,250,000
Nomura Asset Acceptance Corporation and Nomura Home Equity Loan, Inc. Nomura financial services toxic securities abuses 2016 $3,000,000
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