WASHINGTON - First National Bank of Chicago agreed to pay $7.9 million to settle a longstanding dispute with institutional investors, regulators announced Friday.

The settlement, reached with the Comptroller's office, was prompted by three-year-old complaints from investors over a real estate investment fund managed by the bank, the regulator said. The state of Florida stands to receive the largest payment - $2.2 million - if it accepts the settlement.

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