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Banc of California keeps buying assets tied to leader’s family
It’s the fastest-growing U.S. bank, yielding top stock returns
Ten years ago Steven Sugarman, a former Lehman Brothers investment adviser, co-wrote a book on how to avoid stock losses. One of its top tips: “Beware of companies run by family and friends.”
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