The NASD slapped both Chase Investment Corp. and MetLife Securities with a $500,000 fine for failing to establish systems and procedures to supervise the sales of 529 college saving plans.

Also, the firms must compensate customers disadvantaged by those supervisory failures. Chase will pay an additional $288,500 and MetLife $376,000 into roughly 300 customer accounts.

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