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JPMorgan Settles Referral Hiring Investigations

Paul, Weiss represented JPMorgan in connection with its recent resolutions with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Reserve relating to investigations of JPMorgan's hiring of candidates referred by clients, potential clients and government officials in the Asia-Pacific region. As part of the resolution, a Hong Kong-based JPMorgan subsidiary entered into a three-year non-prosecution agreement with the DOJ and JPMorgan also agreed to pay a $72 million fine to the DOJ, an approximately $62 million fine to the Federal Reserve, and approximately $131 million to the SEC in disgorgement and prejudgment interest.

November 18, 2016

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