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

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 has paid $315 million to settle lawsuits brought by Deutsche Bank AG and bnp paribas mortgage Corp. over BofA’s handling of hundreds of millions of dollars in mortgage-backed notes,

Bank of America agreed to pay 5 million to settle claims by investors that they were misled about mortgage-backed investments sold by its Merrill Lynch unit. The settlement was disclosed in.

(Reuters) – Bank of America Corp agreed to pay $315 million to settle claims by investors who said they were misled about mortgage securities offerings by its Merrill Lynch unit.

 · Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan was awarded a 73 percent pay increase in 2012, when the institution resolved crisis-era lawsuits and its stock was one of the sector’s top performers. The $12.1 million pay package likely means that Moynihan was one of the best paid CEO’s on Wall Street in 2012, thanks in part to compensation cuts for rivals.

Bank of America took a little kick in the shins today as Countrywide Financial Corp, the mortgage lender they acquired in 2008 as it suck into the quicksand, has agreed to a $624 million.

The settlement announced on Thursday by the US Department of Justice calls for the second-largest US bank by assets to pay $US9.65. invests $US760 million and owns Bank of America shares. The.

 · It should be mentioned that Bank of America has also settled for $20 billion with angry investors of subprime bonds, not to mention a $315 million.

Approximately $1.8 billion will be paid to settle federal fraud claims related to the bank’s origination and sale of mortgages, $1.03 billion will be paid to settle federal and state securities claims by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), $135.84 million will be paid to settle claims by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay $315 million to settle claims that its Merrill Lynch unit made false and misleading statements about the quality of mortgage-backed securities it sold to investors. The proposed settlement, first reported by Reuters, was filed late Monday night with the U.S.

 · Wells Fargo to pay $2.09 billion to settle probe into crisis-era mortgage abuses. Bank of America and Citigroup agreed to pay $16.7 billion and $7.3 billion, respectively, to settle allegations.

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