Wells Fargo & Co. agreed to settle charges that its brokerage and a former vice president sold securities it didn't understand to municipalities, non-profit organizations and other customers.

The 160-year-old San Francisco-based company agreed to pay $6.5 million in a case involving highly structured securities and its Minneapolis-based Wells Fargo Brokerage Services unit. That unit is now known as Wells Fargo Securities.

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