A Hawaiian thrift is suing UBS PaineWebber Inc. for more than $4 million, claiming it should have known better than to recommend a class of securities that regulators later ordered the thrift to sell at a loss.

Honolulu-based American Savings Bank says PaineWebber advised it to purchase about $84 million worth of collateralized debt obligations in 1999 and 2000.

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