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August 15, 2014
08:49 EDTDRLDoral Financial discloses receipt of SEC subpoena
Doral Financial disclosed in a regulatory filing that the company received a subpoena, dated August 1, from the Securities and Exchange Commission informing that the SEC is investigating certain matters related to the company’s filings with the SEC. Among other matters, the SEC has requested information relating to the company’s determination regarding the inclusion of certain tax receivables from the Government of Puerto Rico as Tier 1 capital, the company’s allowance for loan and lease losses for the quarter ended September 30, 2013, and Doral Bank’s compliance with its Consent Order with the FDIC and the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions of Puerto Rico dated August 8, 2012. "The scope of the subpoena appears to cover at least one matter related to the company’s lawsuit with the Puerto Rico Department of Treasury and not to the company’s SEC filings. The company is fully cooperating with the SEC’s investigation," Doral stated.
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September 22, 2014
18:28 EDTDRLDoral Financial legal counsel issues statement as Hacienda trial concludes
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September 20, 2014
15:39 EDTDRLDoral Financial says Hacienda has put forth no evidence
Following the trial in the Doral Financial Corporation v. Hacienda court case, Doral Legal Counsel Matthew D. McGill issued the following statement: "For four months, Doral has been waiting for Hacienda to explain its attempt to nullify its $230M debt to Doral. Hacienda claimed that Doral obtained its 2012 tax agreement through a fraud, but after two days of trial, including testimony from Secretary Melba Acosta Febo herself, Hacienda has come forward with no evidence supporting that outrageous accusation. When this case is over, the people of Puerto Rico will have to ask whether they were well served by their government's unfounded attack on one of Puerto Rico's few remaining banks."

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