BUDAPEST – Hungary’s top lender OTP Bank said on Wednesday there was no basis to a class-action lawsuit filed in the U.S. by a group of Holocaust survivors who claim it improperly benefited from wartime Jewish assets. The 25 lead plaintiffs, who live in the United States, Israel and the UK, claim OTP was a legal successor to a number of banks that were active during World War II and held on to Jewish assets after 1945, according to the court filing. The assets claimed from OTP and four other banks total $2 billion in 1944 dollars, which the plaintiffs now claim back in compensatory damages, plus all interest accrued since 1944.