Violation Tracker Summary for Primary Offense Type

Offense Type: 
toxic securities abuses
Penalty Total since 2000: 
$101,318,681,897
Number of Penalty Records: 
106
Note: 
The totals here are adjusted to account for the fact that each parent's entries may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case; or else a penalty covering multiple locations may be listed in the individual records for each of the facilities. They are also adjusted to reflect cases in which federal and state or local agencies cooperated and issued separate announcements of the outcome. Duplicate or overlapping penalty amounts are marked with an asterisk in the individual records list below.

Top 10 Parent CompaniesTotal Penalty $Number of Records
Bank of America$23,204,300,00010
JPMorgan Chase$13,450,500,0005
Royal Bank of Scotland$11,695,800,00013
Deutsche Bank$9,584,421,8977
Citigroup$8,768,250,0009
Goldman Sachs$8,762,900,0005
Credit Suisse$6,336,500,0005
Morgan Stanley$5,124,050,00011
Wells Fargo$3,637,750,0007
Barclays$2,650,100,0005


Individual Penalty Records:

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Company Parent Parent Major Industry Year Agency Penalty Amountsort icon
HSBC Securities (USA) Inc. HSBC financial services 2016 VA-AG $2,500,000
Morgan Stanley & Co. Morgan Stanley financial services 2008 MA-AG $1,500,000
Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC Credit Suisse financial services 2016 VA-AG $1,200,000
UBS Securities LLC UBS financial services 2016 VA-AG $850,000
Merrill Lynch Bank of America financial services 2009 MA-AG $300,000
Comerica Bank Comerica financial services 2008 MI-AG $110,000
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(*): Some penalties are partial or complete duplicates of other penalty records, either because a DOJ settlement duplicates an agency record or because EPA listed the full penalty for a company for each of the company's relevant facilities. Penalty amounts marked with an asterisk have been identified by Good Jobs First as duplicating other penalty amounts.