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B of A receives subpoenas over CLO sales

Massachusetts’ securities regulator on Friday subpoenaed Bank of America┬áCorp. in connection with its involvement in two loan securities that resulted in $150 million in losses for investors. William Galvin, the secretary of the commonwealth, is examining whether Bank of America knowingly overvalued the assets in the portfolios in order to get the loans off its […]

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Citigroup, JP Morgan and others pay California $2.3 million in muni investigation

Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and 15 other underwriters reimbursed California $2.3 million last year after a regulatory probe found they used taxpayer funds to pay fees to their lobbyists. Citigroup, the third-biggest U.S. bank by assets, returned $479,994, while Bank of America Merrill Lynch repaid a combined $456,482 and JPMorgan paid $490,449 for […]

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Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari Investigates Bank of America Structured Products

Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari launches investigation on behalf of investors that purchased Bank of America structured investments which were represented as protecting principal. The investments the firm is investigating includes: Bank of America (Basket EAGLES) Equity Appreciation Growth Linked Securities Bank of America Return Linked Notes Bank of America CYCLES (Capital Protected Equity Performance Linked […]

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Bank of America Sells Record Number of Structured Notes

Bank of America Corp. raised $4.7 billion selling structured notes to U.S. investors through June, the most of any issuer and more than its 2009 total, as sales of the securities rose to a record pace. Banks have sold $22 billion of structured notes to individual investors in the U.S. this year, according to data […]

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SEC Charges B of A For Statements To Investors About Merrill Lynch Purchase

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Bank of America Corporation for misleading investors about billions of dollars in bonuses that were being paid to Merrill Lynch & Co. executives at the time of its acquisition of the firm. Bank of America agreed to settle the SEC’s charges and pay a penalty of $33 million. […]

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