After trading accusations in an arbitration dispute, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has been ordered to pay one of its former financial advisers $1.55 million in compensatory damages and expunge his Form U5.

A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) panel came to that conclusion after Merrill Lynch first filed its claim against Angel E. Aquino in September 2009 following his termination from the firm.

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