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Fifth Third Bank charged with bad accounting during financial crisis

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Fifth Third Bank's holding company is in hot water -- and now owes more than $6 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The bank's parent company, Fifth Third Bancorp, was charged by the SEC on Dec. 6 with "improper accounting of commercial real estate loans in the midst of the financial crisis," according to the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief...

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