The NASD barred Brian J. Kelly, a Maryland broker who worked at several well-known firms, from the industry for life after excessively churning a client’s account, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Kelly churned an “unsophisticated” investor’s account and traded more than 540 times in a little over a year, generating tens of thousands of dollars in commissions for himself, an NASD panel found.

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