Judge OKs Salvation Army lawsuit vs BNY Mellon

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Judge OKs Salvation Army lawsuit vs BNY Mellon

Judge OKs Salvation Army lawsuit vs BNY Mellon

Bloomberg-

A judge refused to throw out a lawsuit accusing Bank of New York Mellon of mismanaging The Salvation Army assets by investing nearly $22 million of the charity’s funds in mortgage-backed securities and other risky investments.

The Salvation Army, one of the largest U.S. charities, claims in its lawsuit that the bank didn’t abide by its obligation to invest in conservative assets and failed to take steps to protect the charity as market conditions deteriorated.

The charity, which filed the lawsuit in 2011 in New York State Supreme Court, is seeking damages for breach of fiduciary duty and other claims.

The Salvation Army must only “state a claim at this juncture, not prove it,” Justice Barbara Kapnick wrote in her Jan. 25 decision denying the bank’s motion to dismiss the breach of fiduciary duty claim.

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