BofA should face maximum penalty for bad loans, prosecutors say

11/11/2013 | Bloomberg

Federal prosecutors have filed a court document arguing that Bank of America should pay the maximum penalty of $863 million for selling bad loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Lawrence Grayson, a BofA spokesman, said the bank believes that the filing "overstates the volume of loans and appropriate measure of damages."

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