Federal prosecutors are pursuing criminal cases against executives from the Royal Bank of Scotland Group and JPMorgan Chase & Company for allegedly selling flawed mortgage securities. The wall street journal reported the news on Tuesday, citing unnamed sources. According to the newspaper, people familiar with the probes said officials were trying to determine whether the bankers ignored.
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Following through on policy changes announced earlier this year that opened the door to individuals being held criminally responsible for corporate misconduct that helped cause the financial crisis, the Department of Justice is reportedly pursuing criminal charges against executives at the Royal Bank of Scotland andJPMorgan Chase .
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Department of Justice May Seek Criminal Charges Against RBS, Chase Execs. its word and pursuing criminal cases against executives at these two banking institutions for allegedly selling flawed.
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) has been slammed with numerous. $920 million. Now, the Justice Department is pursuing criminal charges against JPMorgan for the sale of mortgage-backed securities, with.
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(Reuters) – Federal prosecutors are pursuing criminal cases against executives from the Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS.L) and JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) for allegedly selling flawed mortgage.
DOJ reportedly pursuing criminal charges against JPMorgan Chase, RBS executives. U.S. finally targeting individuals for toxic mortgage bonds.
The Justice Department announced criminal charges against two former Goldman bankers. In 2015, four large banks – Citicorp, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Barclays PLC and The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC -.
In early 2014, just weeks after Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, settled out of court with the Justice Department, the bank’s board of directors gave him a 74 percent raise, bringing his.