BofA case prompts SEC to examine policy on settlement disclosure

The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering publicizing details of an investigation when it reaches a settlement with a company regarding possible wrongdoing. This proposed departure from policy, which allows little to be revealed for public record, was prompted in part by a judge's rejection of a settlement between Bank of America and the SEC regarding the acquisition of Merrill Lynch.

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