Not surprising. Investment bankers were being paid big incentives for pushing certain investments to their clients, simply because these would generate more income to the bank and commissions to the banker. Who cares what it would bring to the client, their pockets were more important (still is), than the clients benefit. So much for their "fiduciary duties" as defined by FINRA. A lawsuit will make them pay some penalties that they will recover via higher fees,however, these issues will not end until some of these bankers and their management face some jail time.