A number of European banks and pension funds are looking to sue ABN Amro and Standard and Poor's (S&P) in the Netherlands over the AAA ratings given to constant proportion debt obligations (CPDOs) issued in 2006 and 2007 – and other structured credit products may be next.
Within the next month, securities litigation funder IMF Australia expects to contact ABN Amro and S&P to discuss a potential settlement on behalf of a number of CPDO investors in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands, according
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