Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal recently filed suit against a bank and local money manager who served as custodians for two feeder funds that invested with convicted Ponzi-schemer Bernie Madoff.

The state is seeking to recover $16.2 million in damages for investors. The suit alleges that Westport National Bank, money manager Robert L. Silverman and his company PSCC Inc., violated multiple state banking laws.

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