4 major banks provide bulk of mortgage relief, monitor says

Joseph Smith Jr., the monitor overseeing the $25 billion settlement over alleged mortgage issues, said Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citigroup have provided most of the consumer relief required under the deal. The four banks provided $15.35 billion in relief last year, according to a report by the monitor's office. "The report shows ... they have been pretty prompt about getting this stuff done," Smith said.

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