California, AG Harris, Reportedly Subpoenas BofA Over Toxic Securities

California reportedly subpoenas BofA over toxic securities

Investigators with the state attorney general’s office have subpoenaed Bank of America Corp. in connection with the sale and marketing of troubled mortgage-backed securities to California investors, according to a person familiar with the probe.

The state is trying to determine whether the bank and its Countrywide Financial subsidiary sold investments backed by risky mortgages to institutional and private investors in California under false pretenses, according to the person, who was not authorized to speak publicly and requested confidentiality.

The subpoenas, which were served Tuesday, come as talks continue for a broad foreclosure settlement by a coalition of state attorneys general and federal agencies. California walked away from those discussions with major banks more than two weeks ago, saying what the banks were offering was not enough and the state would pursue its own investigations.

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Subpoenas will be up as soon as I get them…

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One Response to “California, AG Harris, Reportedly Subpoenas BofA Over Toxic Securities”
  1. housemanrob says:

    …..let’s get this Pandora’s box opened up!

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