Wells Fargo, HSBC, BNY Mellon and Deutsche sued

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Wells Fargo, HSBC, Bank of New York Mellon and Deutsche Bank were sued by an Irish securities firm that claims the banks failed to protect investors in their role as trustees of securities backed by home loans that defaulted after the 2008 credit crisis.

Bloomberg News reports that Phoenix Light SF Ltd. accused the banks, in complaints filed this week in Manhattan federal court, of failing to safeguard the interests of investors as required by their contracts. The securities were sold from 2005 to 2007.

Phoenix Light and related investors sued Deutsche Bank over 21 securitization trusts on which they claimed $183 million in losses. BNY Mellon was sued over 27 offerings for claimed damages of $269 million. Wells Fargo was sued for $237 million in losses on 12 securitizations and HSBC for $170 million on 11 securitizations.

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