State Street Corp.'s $625 million reserve fund for legal costs related to the subprime crisis "may not be sufficient," the company said in a federal filing Monday.

State Street established the reserve in 2007 for legal exposure related to fixed-income investment strategies the company employed leading up to the subprime meltdown.

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