Bank of America paid $315 million to settle crisis-era lawsuits

Late last year, B of A settled a case for $315 million in a securities fraud class action case, and it recently agreed to pay a record .43 billion to settle with. The article The Bank of America.

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Charlotte-based Bank of America has paid $315 million to settle a pair of financial crisis-era lawsuits over who should pay for the multibillion dollar fraud at failed lender Taylor Bean & Whitaker Mortgage.

Charlotte-based Bank of America has paid $315 million to settle a pair of financial crisis-era lawsuits over who should pay for the multibillion dollar fraud at failed lender Taylor Bean.

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Bank of America is poised to pay what may be the biggest settlement of the financial crisis era: $8.5 billion. RELATED: Bank of America Settles Countrywide Complaints for $335 Million This latest.

In recent years, the Justice Department has settled similar claims with Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America. a lawsuit. More recently,

Charlotte-based Bank of America has paid $315 million to settle a pair of financial crisis-era lawsuits over who should pay for the multibillion dollar fraud at failed lender Taylor Bean & Whitaker Mortgage.

Bank Of America Settles For $315 Million Over Bad Merrill Lynch Investments. Just last week, the same judge who has to sign off on this settlement blocked a $285 million settlement between Citigroup and the Securities & Exchange Commission because that agreement included no admission of guilt or assertion of innocence on Citi’s part. The AP reports that the BofA settlement includes similar language.

All together, Bank of America has faced $91.2 billion in legal fines and settlements since the beginning of the financial crisis. Bank of America covers part of former Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo’s $67.5 million civil fraud settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Bank of America Corp. agreed to a $315 million settlement brought by investors claiming that the bank’s Merrill Lynch unit misled them about the quality of its mortgage securities offerings. reuters reports that the investors, led by the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Mississippi pension, claimed that Merrill Lynch provided false or incomplete information on the loans that backed 18 securities offerings.