NEW YORK – British bank HSBC Holdings PLC said Monday it will pay $680 million in compensation to 51 Japanese companies that incurred losses from irredeemable private bonds issued in the 1990s.
The bonds issued by Princeton Economics International Ltd., a now-defunct securities firm based in New Jersey, triggered a slew of lawsuits filed in New York by the firms.
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