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The U.S. government has filed a lawsuit against a California company called Fidelity Investments, alleging that it may have breached the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, which bars investors in insolvent corporations from taking actions against those holding the company’s assets, and that by using its controlling role it may have engaged in “bribery or other fraudulent conduct” in order to secure $1 billion of loans that were not properly secured.
In filing the lawsuit on Oct. 30, the U.S. Justice Department called Fidelity “the world’s largest investment management company,” and said that “defendants have engaged in a pattern of wrongdoing,” including engaging in “unlawful conduct in a variety of ways, including but not limited to … misrepresentations to borrowers … and the unauthorized offering to investors of secured debt securities … that were not properly securitized.”
Fidelity has denied any wrongdoing. Earlier this year, a federal court ruled in favor of a California man who was charged with violating the Bankruptcy Code and violating securities laws by using his investment company’s name for his company, Fidelity Investments. According to the Associated Press, he said that “he was not guilty that his name was connected directly to him by Fidelity or anyone else.”
When confronted by The Huffington Post about the lawsuit Tuesday, a Fidelity spokesman, Patrick J. Zwiller, said that “we will file the complaint as soon as one is filed with the court.” Fidelity would not comment on whether the company would cooperate or cooperate with the federal government’s investigation.
The lawsuit was filed on Nov.
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