A $220 million-asset Chicago bank and its former attorneys have shelled out $9.5 million plus interest to settle a shareholder class action.

A Chicago judge last week approved the settlement made late last year in which South Chicago Bank agreed to pay $6.25 million to shareholders who alleged that the bank had withheld information about its stock value during a 1987 merger into a new holding company.

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