NEW YORK/CHARLOTTE, N.C (Reuters) – A group of mortgage-backed securities investors says Bank of America Corp failed to buy back more than $ 30 billion in loans from investors after the bank modified the mortgages to reduce borrower payments. The allegation, made in a letter sent to a New York state judge on Friday, is the latest legal volley over a proposed $ 8.5 billion settlement that would help the bank, No. 2 in the United States by assets, resolve investor claims from its 2008 purchase of subprime lender Countrywide Financial. …
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