(CNN) -- The U.S. Justice Department and JPMorgan Chase have tentatively reached a $13 billion civil settlement related to several investigations of the finance giant's mortgage business, a U.S. official familiar with the negotiations told CNN on Saturday. The tentative deal includes $4 billion in "consumer relief," such as loan modifications, as well as $9 billion in fines and penalties, according to the official. JPMorgan Chase declined comment on the matter.
Official: JPMorgan, Justice Department reach $13 billion deal
Official: Deal includes $9 billion in penalties
POSTED: 12:27 PM PDT Oct 19, 2013 UPDATED: 01:19 PM PDT Oct 19, 2013
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