New York Community Bancorp, Inc

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The legal complaint asserts that during the Class Period, the Defendants did not inform investors about several critical issues: (1) the company was facing an increase in net charge-offs and a decline in the quality of its office portfolio; (2) as a consequence, it was likely that NYCB would experience higher loan losses; (3) due to these issues and NYCB’s classification as a Category IV bank, there was a reasonable likelihood that the company would need to augment its allowance for credit losses; (4) these developments would negatively impact the company’s financial results; (5) in an effort to conserve capital, NYCB planned to lower its quarterly common dividend to $0.05 per common share; and (6) as a result of these challenges, the Defendants’ optimistic statements regarding the company’s business operations, and future prospects were significantly misleading and/or lacked a solid foundation.