Ambac Assurance Corp. will make supplemental payments on some policies in a segregated account that the company established to hold troubled liabilities during its bout with bankruptcy. Las Vegas monorail bonds, the only large municipal policy in the account, won’t see any additional payments.

A Wisconsin court approved a motion filed by the rehabilitator of the segregated account to permit Ambac to make cash payments in excess of 25%, the amount it has been paying on principal and interest claims from the account since a September 2012 court decision, the bond insurer announced on Friday. The bankruptcy-emergent financial guarantor said it anticipates the supplements will be paid on 14 residential mortgage-backed security policies beginning this month.

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