“Simply put, Plaintiff’s allegations do not establish when, where, or how HSBC allegedly became aware of the fraud and fail to explain how HSBC was involved at all, aside from being a ‘respected financial institution.’ Therefore, the Court finds that the allegations in Plaintiff’s proposed second amended complaint are insufficient to establish a plausible claim of aiding and abetting against HSBC,” wrote U.S. District Judge Timothy S. Hillman for the District of Massachusetts.


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