- The WSJ reports JPMorgan (JPM) has agreed to pay the CFTC a $100M fine to settle London Whale-related charges.
- The reported payment comes on top of the $920M JPMorgan has agreed to pay to regulators in settlement that included an admission of wrongdoing.
- CNBC recently reported JPMorgan has denied the CFTC's charged, which suggested the bank was preparing to fight the case in court.
- The SEC is still reportedly conducting a civil investigation of JPMorgan employees involved in the London Whale disaster, and the DOJ is pursuing criminal charges against two traders involved in it.
JPMorgan reportedly paying $100M to CFTC over London Whale charges
Oct 15 2013, 18:47 ET