Bank of America has agreed to a $7.65 million penalty to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges stemming from the Charlotte bank’s miscalculation of its capital ratios, the SEC said.

Bank of America Corp. will pay a $7.65 million penalty over a $4 billion capital error it disclosed earlier this year.

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This miscalculation was not noticed by Bank of America accountants or by external auditors PwC. The Securities and Exchange Commission and Bank of America have reached an agreement this week, where Bank of America will pay $7.65 million to settle the federal charges.

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According to the Charlotte Observer, Bank of America has agreed to pay a $7.65 million civil penalty to settle charges resulting from the Charlotte bank’s multibillion-dollar miscalculation of its capital ratios, a regulator said Monday.

Adding to the woes of Bank of America Corporation. the bank was penalized $7.65 million by the Securities and exchange commission. bofa Ends SEC Inquiry over Accounting Error; to Pay $7.65M.

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Bank of America to pay $7.65 mln to SEC for overstating capital. The SEC said Bank of America overstated its regulatory capital by greater and greater amounts in its regulatory filings, eventually reaching billions of dollars. The bank reported the overstatement in April and has been working with regulators to resolve the matter.

Adding to the woes of Bank of America Corporation. the bank was penalized $7.65 million by the Securities and Exchange Commission. BofA Ends SEC Inquiry over Accounting Error; to Pay $7.65M.

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By Sarah N. Lynch and Peter Rudegeair WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Bank of America agreed to pay $7.65 million on Monday to settle civil charges alleging it miscalculated its regulatory capital for years, leading to an overestimate that eventually reached billions of dollars, U.S. regulators said Monday.