Morgan Stanley & Co. has been fined $800,000 by FINRA for failing to make public disclosures required by the agency’s rules governing research analyst conflicts of interest.

According to FINRA, the company allegedly failed to comply with certain provisions of the 2003 Research Analyst Settlement by refusing to disclose the availability of independent research in customer account statements.

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