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Bank Watch roundup: BofA says it misstated dark pool data

BOFA SAYS IT MISSTATED HOW BIG ITS DARK POOL IS: The Charlotte bank said it gave a regulator the wrong information on how many shares its private stock exchange handled during a week last month, Bloomberg reports.

MCCOLL ADDRESSES KENTUCKY DELEGATION IN TOWN: He urged the civic and business leaders from the Bluegrass State to stay committed to civic endeavors and hinted that Charlotteans may be too passive these days about making the city better.

DELOITTE BANKERS ADVISE ON DEAL: The legacy McColl Partners team helped Texas-based specialty electronics manufacturer AirBorn Inc. raise debt from Goldman Sachs.

BOFA PARTNERSHIP GIVES CHARLOTTE WIDOW A FREE HOME: The Roofs for Troops program provided a mortgage-free home to the wife of a World War II veteran.

EUROPEAN REGULATORS WORRIED ABOUT U.S. PROBES: The European Central Bank are trying to figure out whether these massive fines the U.S. Justice Department is seeking from BNP Paribas are going to destabilize their banks, the Wall Street Journal reports. Meanwhile, The New York Times reports that a last-ditch effort by that bank to mount an advice of counsel defense has fallen through.

BANK CEO PAY RISES 10 PERCENT: Leaders of the world's biggest banks rose as U.S. firms doled out much greater pay increases than their European counterparts, the Financial Times says.

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