An adviser whose former clients have won nearly a half-million dollars in settlements was charged by FINRA with unsuitable advice, misrepresentation and falsification of records.

Walter J. Marino collected over $60,000 in commissions after saddling two clients with higher fees and tax losses while lying to his employer and an annuity provider, according to a complaint issued last week by the regulator.

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