In an enforcement action stemming from the Bank of Credit and Commerce International scandal, the Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday settled charges against Clark M. Clifford and Robert A. Altman.

The politically well-connected lawyers, who did not admit to any wrongdoing, agreed to relinquish $5 million in Credit and Commerce America Holdings stock, which will be used to compensate depositors and creditors of BCCI.

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