FINRA ordered LPL, Raymond James and Wells Fargo to pay more than $30 million in restitution to clients for overcharging on mutual fund sales.
It was a mistake that the firms detected and reported to FINRA, but one which the regulator said was due to inadequate supervision and unreasonable reliance upon advisors to waive the sales charges.
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