Bank Execs Sued for Making Subprime Loans at Outset of Crisis

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. claims 11 former officers and directors of the defunct Charter Bank committed gross negligence by operating “a highly risky and speculative” subprime lending business in Denver that made loans “no reasonable financial institution would have made at any time” in the years before the bank failed.

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