Posts Tagged “Bank of America”
by admin on January 14, 2013
Last January, dozens of independent contractors showed up for their first day of work at a large, single-story Bank of America building in Tampa to right the wrongs of a foreclosure crisis that many had witnessed firsthand. Or so they thought.
Treasury Targets Business Associate of Dead Gaddafi’s Son and Other Top Compliance Stories on Oct. 25, 2012
by Kyle Colona on October 25, 2012
Treasury Targets Business Associate of Dead Gaddafi’s Son The Treasury Department fingered Dalene Sanders for providing support and services to Saadi Gaddafi, son of dead Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Saadi Gaddafi is currently believed to be in Niger and he (…)
by The Compliance Exchange on September 26, 2012
A nonprofit group on Tuesday accused Bank of America Corp (BAC.N) of maintaining and marketing foreclosed homes in white neighborhoods much better than those it owns in African-American and Latino neighborhoods.
by The Compliance Exchange on September 18, 2012
A U.S. district court confirmed on Monday that Bank of America Corp’s Merrill Lynch must pay $10.2 million to two former brokers for unpaid deferred compensation
by The Compliance Exchange on July 18, 2012
Today’s top compliance news includes the CFPB’s first action (fining Capital One), a settlement between BofA and Syncora, and more.
by Beth Connolly on July 9, 2012
Did Bank of America fail to properly enforce anti-money laundering oversight?
by Beth Connolly on June 6, 2012
Timothy Mayopoulos has had an unusual career path so far. Now it’s taken an even more unexpected turn.
FDIC Sues Over Toxic Mortgage Bonds, Obama Pressured on Volcker Rule, Swaps Clearinghouses To Be Systemically Important: CompliancEX News 4/22/2012
by The Compliance Exchange on May 22, 2012
FDIC Sues Bank Of America, JPMorgan, upta ‘Threw Away His Duties’, After JPMorgan Loss, JPMorgan Trades, Computer Trading, New York Investigates Insurer Payments, Swaps Clearinghouses, Yahoo Executive, Fund Manager Plead Guilty
by Beth Connolly on April 30, 2012
In a letter Friday, five financial services trade organizations wrote to the Fed in protest of a rule proposed in December that would curb single-counterparty exposure limits as a part of Dodd-Frank legislation.
by The Compliance Exchange on April 25, 2012
Judge Denies AIG Motion in BofA Settlement, SEC Probes Into Movie Studios China Dealings, REIT’s Spring an Unnerving Surprise, FINRA Increases Brokerage Fees