Standard & Poor’s settles with the SEC in ratings fraud case. s has agreed to pay more than $58 million to settle. securities ratings. S&P will pay another $19 million in addition to the.
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On television and in the courtroom, Standard & Poor’s has waged war against a Justice Department lawsuit.But behind the scenes, the giant bond-rating agency wants nothing more than to buy peace. After S.&P. mounted a two-year campaign to defeat civil fraud charges – portraying them as retaliation for cutting the credit rating of the United States – the ratings agency is now negotiating.
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Here’s why Standard & Poor’s mortgage bond fraud is so shocking SEC: S&P lied about mortgage bond ratings. January 21, 2015. S&P agreed to pay more than $58 million to settle the SEC’s.
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