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BlackRock Sued by Funds Over Securities Lending Fees

Financial Planning News

Tue, 5 Feb 2013

BlackRock the world's biggest money manager, is accused in a lawsuit by two pension funds of reaping "grossly excessive" compensation from securities- lending returns associated with iShares.

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