Investors have spent years seeking compensation for losses sustained during the housing bust from the firms that made mortgage loans and repackaged them into securities.

Now they are focusing on a new target: the trustees who oversee these deals on their behalf. So far, the sponsors of residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS) have dodged much investor litigation and parried astutely to reach settlements that represent pennies on the dollar in terms of investor losses.

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