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06/24/20163:01PMDJNAnguilla Private Bank Struggles for Answers on Funds
By Peg Brickley A bankruptcy judge in New York balked Friday at authorizing the questioning of Caribbean banking officials about $175 million deposited in the accounts of a private offshore bank in Anguilla. At a court hearing in the newly filed chapter 11 bankruptcy of National Bank of Anguilla (Private Banking &... More...>>
06/24/20163:02AMDJNMerrill Admits Client Missteps -- WSJ
The Bank of America unit was accused of misusing customer cash by the SEC By Jenny Strasburg and Aruna Viswanatha Bank of America Corp. will pay $415 million to resolve accusations from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it misused customer cash and securities to generate profits, the agency said Thursday. The... More...>>
06/23/20166:36PMDJNBank of America Exceeds Fed Minimum Capital Level Under Stress Scenario -- Update
By Christina Rexrode Bank of America Corp. has the capital to keep lending in a severe economic downturn, the Federal Reserve calculated Thursday in the first stage of its annual stress tests. At the low point of a hypothetical recession, Bank of America's common equity Tier 1 ratio, which is a measure of high-quality... More...>>
06/23/20165:50PMDJNMerrill Lynch to Pay $415 Million to Settle SEC Accounts Probe -- 2nd Update
By Jenny Strasburg and Aruna Viswanatha Bank of America Corp. will pay $415 million to resolve accusations from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it misused customer cash and securities to generate profits, the agency said Thursday. The bank's Merrill Lynch brokerage unit put at risk customer assets worth... More...>>
06/23/20165:26PMDJNBank of America Exceeds Fed Minimum Capital Level Under Stress Scenario
By Christina Rexrode Bank of America Corp. has the capital to keep lending in a severe economic downturn, the Federal Reserve calculated Thursday in the first stage of its annual stress tests. At the low point of a hypothetical recession, Bank of America's common equity Tier 1 ratio, which is a measure of high-quality... More...>>
06/23/20165:10PMDJNFed Stress Tests: All Big Banks Clear Bar for Capital Requirements
WASHINGTON—The largest U.S. banks have significantly bolstered their defenses against a severe downturn since the financial crisis and could continue lending even during a deep recession, the Federal Reserve said it has concluded, signaling that many will win regulators' approval next week to boost dividends... More...>>
06/23/20165:00PMDJNWells Fargo Exceeds Fed Minimum Capital Level Under Stress Scenario
By Emily Glazer Wells Fargo & Co. has the capital to keep lending in a severe economic downturn, the Federal Reserve calculated Thursday in the first stage of its annual stress tests. At the low point of a hypothetical recession, Wells Fargo's common equity Tier 1 ratio, which is a measure of high-quality capital... More...>>
06/23/20162:00PMBWBank of America Board Appoints New Director
The Bank of America Corporation board of directors today appointed Michael D. White as a director, effective immediately. White, 64, is the recently retired chairman, president and CEO of DIRECTV. “Mike’s expertise leading consumer and technology businesses, working in regulated industries, his finance background... More...>>
06/23/20161:02PMBWKlayman & Toskes, P.A. Expands Its Investigation into Merrill Lynch’s Sale of Strategic Return Notes After Regulators Levy ...
The Securities Arbitration Law Firm of Klayman & Toskes, P.A. (“K&T”), www.nasd-law.com, announced today that it has expanded its investigation into Merrill Lynch’s (NYSE: BAC) sale of Strategic Return Notes. The SEC and FINRA have collectively levied $15 Million in fines against the firm for failing to disclose... More...>>
06/23/201611:56AMDJNMerrill Lynch to Pay $415 Million to Settle SEC Accounts Probe -- Update
By Aruna Viswanatha and Jenny Strasburg Bank of America Corp.'s Merrill Lynch unit will pay $415 million to resolve accusations from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it misused customer cash, the agency said Thursday. The brokerage should have deposited the customer funds in a reserve account, but instead... More...>>
06/23/201611:30AMDJNMerrill Lynch to Pay $415 Million to Settle SEC Accounts Probe
Bank of America Corp.'s Merrill Lynch unit will pay $415 million to resolve accusations from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it misused customer cash, the agency said Thursday. The brokerage should have deposited the customer funds in a reserve account, but instead engaged in complex options trades that... More...>>
06/23/201611:26AMDJNMerrill Lynch to Pay $415 Million to Settle SEC Accounts Probe
By Aruna Viswanatha Bank of America Corp.'s Merrill Lynch unit will pay $415 million to resolve accusations from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it misused customer cash, the agency said Thursday. The brokerage should have deposited the customer funds in a reserve account, but instead engaged in complex... More...>>
06/23/201611:11AMBWInvestor Alert: Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP Commences Investigation on Behalf of Investors Who Purchased Merrill Lynch Strate...
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”) announces an investigation on behalf of investors who purchased Merrill Lynch Strategic Return Notes. Investors who suffered losses on their investments are encouraged to contact Lesley Portnoy at 888-773-9224, or by email to shareholders@glancylaw.com. On June 21, 2016, The... More...>>
06/23/20163:02AMDJNBofA, SEC in Settlement Talks -- WSJ
By Jenny Strasburg Bank of America Corp. has been in discussions with U.S. regulators about paying $400 million to $450 million to settle allegations it violated rules designed to safeguard client accounts, according to people familiar with the matter. The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating whether... More...>>
06/22/20166:10PMDJNBank of America Nearing SEC Settlement in Client-Accounts Probe
Bank of America Corp. has been in discussions with U.S. regulators about paying $400 million to $450 million to settle allegations it violated rules designed to safeguard client accounts, according to people familiar with the matter. The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating whether Bank of America... More...>>
06/22/20166:03PMDJNBank of America Nearing SEC Settlement in Client-Accounts Probe, Sources Say -- Update
By Jenny Strasburg Bank of America Corp. has been in discussions with U.S. regulators about paying $400 million to $450 million to settle allegations it violated rules designed to safeguard client accounts, according to people familiar with the matter. The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating whether... More...>>
06/22/20165:52PMDJNBank of America Nearing SEC Settlement in Client-Accounts Probe, Sources Say
By Jenny Strasburg Bank of America Corp. has been in discussions with U.S. regulators about paying $400 million to $450 million to settle allegations it violated rules designed to safeguard client accounts, according to people familiar with the matter. The Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating whether... More...>>
06/22/20162:12PMBWInvestor Alert: Klayman & Toskes, P.A. Launches Investigation into Merrill Lynch's Sale of Strategic Return Notes in Wake of ...
The Securities Arbitration Law Firm of Klayman & Toskes, P.A. (“K&T”), www.nasd-law.com, announced today that it has launched an investigation into Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) sales of strategic return notes in wake of the SEC’s probe. K&T’s investigation has commenced as a result of the SEC’s preparation... More...>>
06/22/20168:10AMDJNWhat to Watch for in Fed's Stress Tests of Big Banks
WASHINGTON—Big banks will get a peek over the next two weeks into how federal regulators judge them: whether they are deemed safe enough to endure a severe downturn, and whether they have demonstrated enough prudence this year to raise shareholder dividends. On Thursday, the Federal Reserve will release round one... More...>>
06/21/20166:10PMDJNSEC Readies Case Against Merrill Over Notes That Lost 95%
The Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing a civil enforcement case against Merrill Lynch over an investment that fell as much as 95% in value and was marketed in a way that one of the firm's financial advisers called "borderline crooked," people close to the probe said. The expected case against... More...>>
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