Merrill Lynch, part of Charlotte-based Bank of America, agreed to pay almost $11 million to resolve U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission claims that it used inaccurate data when it executed certain short sale orders.
The SEC announced the settlement in a statement Monday.
Bank of America spokesman Bill Halldin said the bank has taken steps to improve its internal controls for the execution of short sales.
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