A loan participation suit filed two years ago against the defunct Eastern Financial Florida Credit Union to recoup millions in losses will not include Space Coast Credit Union, a federal court recently ruled.
Federal court says not enough merit to proceed in case over participation loan losses.
Several Wall Street banks and credit rating agencies are claiming that the former Eastern Financial Florida Credit Union knew the risks going in before investing in $100 million in collateralized debt obligations.
The risks tied to collateralized debt obligations remains the focal point of Space Coast Credit Union’s lawsuit against Wall Street banks and credit raters.
Defendants tell judge in motion seeking dismissal that former credit union was well informed of risks in collateralized debt obligations.
At a recent investment education seminar at a large hospital in Boston, Matthew Morrow witnessed what he says is a shift in who were asking some of the more poignant questions.
In a $100 million lawsuit from Space Coast Credit Union against several Wall Street banks and credit rating agencies, a federal judge has ordered the parties to get together at a nonbinding mediation session.
More than a week after Space Coast Credit Union announced its mortgage securities lawsuit against several Wall Street banks, a judge ordered mediation.
Some of the country’s biggest firms were ranked behind credit unions by investors describing their overall customer experience.
The $3 billion Space Coast Credit Union recently filed suit against Merrill Lynch, Wachovia Capital, Barclays Capital, Lehman Brothers’ former CEO Richard Fuld and major U.S. credit rating agencies, Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s, alleging that the defendants caused more than $100 million in losses to Eastern Financial Florida...