Ally Financial is the first company to fulfill its requirements under the $25 billion national mortgage settlement, its top monitor said Thursday.

Ally, which is 74% owned by the government, has provided $257 million in relief to consumers in the form of loan modifications, short sales and principal forgiveness, Joseph Smith, the settlement's monitor, said Thursday. Ally was required to provide at least $200 million.

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