WASHINGTON - At least two more former JPMorgan Chase & Co. officials are facing allegations in a Justice Department criminal investigation of anti-competitive practices in municipal market derivatives and investments, according to regulatory filings.

Michael Lena, who worked at JPMorgan for 11 years, was fired in May after he notified the firm that he had been told by Justice in December that he is a target of its criminal probe, according to records published by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Alexander Wright, who was fired in April, was informed that he was being investigated as part of the Justice probe in January, though FINRA filings do not say whether he is a target.

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