WASHINGTON - Two former JPMorgan officials are facing new allegations in Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission criminal and civil investigations of anti-competitive practices in municipal market derivatives and investments, according to regulatory filings.

The Justice Department and SEC investigations of alleged bid-rigging, price-fixing and other practices that violate antitrust laws, have been ongoing since at least the fall of 2006 and involve dozens of banks, investment banks, advisory firms and individuals.

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