A senior accountant at PNC Financial Services Group Inc. and a former Ernst and Young partner have agreed to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they played a role in PNC filing reports that inflated the company’s 2001 earnings.
Both men settled without admitting or denying the SEC's claims and agreed to cease and desist from future violations. No fines were levied against either.
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