State Street Corp. has sued three of its former executives for creating a new rival in securities lending.

The global custodian bank, headquartered in Boston, has sued Craig Starble, its former executive vice president and global head of securities finance, and two more former State Street executives, over their launch of Premier Global Securities Lending, based in Reading, Masss., where Starble lives.

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