JPMorgan Chase to Pay Penalties for Oversight Deficiencies

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On September 19, JPMorgan Chase entered into a consent Order of Assessment of a Civil Money Penalty with the Fed, the OCC, the SEC and the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom. The penalties issued by the agencies total approximately $920 million. The fine resulted from the deficiencies identified by the regulators in JPMorgan Chase’s risk management oversight, model validation, internal financial reporting and internal audit, and failure to elevate certain issues to the attention of the board of directors. In a separate action, the OCC and CFPB ordered JPMorgan Chase to refund $309 million for illegal credit card practices and to pay $80 million in civil penalties. Fed Release. CFPB Release. Fed Consent Order. OCC Consent Order.

Topics:  Civil Monetary Penalty, Federal Reserve, Fines, JPMorgan Chase, OCC, Oversight Committee, Penalties, SEC

Published In: Business Torts Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Securities Updates

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