WASHINGTON -- Seattle-First National Bank has agreed to pay federal regulators a $75,000 penalty for failing to report the theft of $2.9 million of bonds, including municipals, it had shipped to a New York City bank for collection.

The settlement came in an action involving undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agents that was announced yesterday by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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