Investors Recover $1.4 Billion Under Settlement Forged by Attorney General Brown

Office of the Attorney General

SAN FRANCISCO - Attorney General Edmund G. Brown announced today that 3,500 investors, whose holdings in auction rate securities were frozen in the financial crisis of 2008, have recovered $1.4 billion through a settlement the Attorney General hammered out with Wells Fargo affiliates.

"We went to bat for people who believed their investments were like cash," Brown said, "but discovered after the financial meltdown that they couldn't get their hands on even a dime of their money for two long years. Now, because of the settlement, they have all of their money back."

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