Wells Fargo said the U.S. government’s move to add one of its executives as a defendant in a fraud lawsuit suggests retaliation after the bank said it was suspending settlement negotiations.

Naming Wells Vice President Kurt Lofrano as a defendant in an amended complaint is “suggestive of retaliation and improper motive” and should be rejected, the bank said yesterday in a filing in federal court in Manhattan.

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