Who did Washington Mutual merge with?

Answer Washington Mutual was seized by federal regulators in September 2008. At the time, it was the largest bank failure in U.S. history, according to "USA Today." Washington Mutual was bought by J.P Mor... Read More »

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What day was Washington Mutual de-listed?

Washington Mutual was de-listed from the New York Stock Exchange on September 29, 2008.The de-listing from the NYSE came shortly after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Its assets were e... Read More »

Who owns Washington Mutual?

JPMorgan Chase is the company that owns Washington Mutual. It acquired Washington Mutual in 2008. JPMorgan Chase is one of the most affluent global financial services in the United States, as of 20... Read More »

Is washington mutual a bank?

Washington Mutual (also known as WaMU), established in 1889, was a bank based in Seattle, Washington. The bank was bought out in September 2008 by JP Morgan Chase and now operates under the JP Morg... Read More »

Who owns Washington Mutual mortgages?

JPMorgan Chase purchased Washington Mutual in September 2008 for approximately $2 billion after the government forced the bank to close. National Public Radio pronounced it the biggest bank failure... Read More »