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JPMorgan Chase Pays Fines for Banking, Securities and Additional Violations as New SEC Enforcement Action Kicks in


JPMorgan Chase Has Paid $38,995,000,000 — Nearly $39 BILLION —  in Fines for Banking, Securities and Additional Violations As New SEC Enforcement Action Kicks In Daily Hodl Staff July 8, 2023 JPMorgan Chase is approaching the $39 billion mark in total fines imposed by US regulators, enforcement agencies and lawsuits related to anti-competitive practices, securities abuses and other violations. A recent $4 million fine issued by the SEC against the banking giant will bring the amount of money JPMorgan has paid for banking, securities and additional fines since 2000 to $38.995 billion. That’s according to data from the Violation Tracker, a comprehensive corporate misconduct…

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