In June of 2020, an appeals court struck down Wells Fargo's infamous STARS transaction—or structured trust advantaged repackaged securities. It was a complex financial exchange facilitated in 2002 between the bank and Barclays that was considered so byzantine the judge declared that it “defies comprehension.”
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