Wells Fargo and its H.D. Vest Investment Services subsidiary were named in a class-action lawsuit filed in a California federal court by law firm Stull, Stull & Brody in November.
The suit, on behalf of shareholders in Federated mutual funds, alleges that Wells Fargo had special shelf-space agreements with 19 mutual fund companies and that H.D. Vest has such agreements with 12 fund companies.
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