A federal judge has signed off on a $9 million settlement against Ernst & Young over claims made by investors in PNC Financial Services Group Inc.

The accusations stem from an accounting scandal in which PNC restated nearly $155 million in earnings. The settlement wraps up litigation that has resulted in a pool of about $200 million to be divvied up among tens of thousands of PNC investors.

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