The Massachusetts public pension fund will receive $11.3 millionfrom Countrywide Securities Inc. as a result of the company’sresidential mortgage securitization activities in the state, theattorney general announced.

In addition to the payment to the Pension Reserves InvestmentManagement Board, Countrywide will pay the state $6 million,according to Attorney General Martha Coakley.

The settlement is the result of a series of investigations bythe state that have resulted in settlements. J.P. Morgan agreedlate last year to pay $7 million to the pension fund.

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