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

Bank of America Corp. paid $315 million to settle a pair of financial crisis-era lawsuits filed by Deutsche Bank AG and BNP Paribas SA over who should be responsible for losses tied to the.

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NEW YORK, March 1 (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve Bank of New York this week made public its crisis-era settlement. AIG in late 2008. The settlement showed that Bank of America agreed to pay the.

Bank of America, Corp. has agreed to pay investors $315 million to settle their class action claim accusing Merrill Lynch of misleading them about the risks involved in investing in mortgage-backed securities.If approved, the proposed settlement would be one of the largest reached over MBS that caused investors major losses when the housing market collapsed.

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Bank of America agreed to pay $315 million in a settlement with investors who claimed they were misled about mortgage securities offerings by the bank’s Merrill Lynch unit.

The bank will pay out $9.65 billion in cash and $7 billion for consumer relief – such as modified home loans and refinanced mortgages. "Under the terms of this settlement, the bank has agreed to pay $7 billion in relief to struggling homeowners, borrowers, and communities affected by the bank’s conduct.

NEW YORK – Bank of America has agreed to pay $315 million to settle claims by investors that they were misled about mortgage-backed investments sold by its Merrill Lynch unit. The settlement was.

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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. The sum exceeds the company’s profits earned so far this year and is roughly equivalent to Armenia’s GDP.

Bank of America agreed on Tuesday to pay $315 million to settle claims involving mortgage securities issued by Merrill Lynch. Investors, including the Public Employees’ Retirement System of.

Bank of America has agreed to pay $1.6 billion in cash. The MBIA deal is just the latest settlement Bank of America has reached to resolve crisis-era litigation. Last month, the bank reached a $500.

Bank of America to Pay $110,000 to Resolve EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit CHICAGO – Bank of America will pay $110,000 to a former temporary worker and provide other equitable relief under a consent decree resolving a disability discrimination case brought by the U.S. equal employment opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today.