Updated Friday, September 4, 2015 as of 11:43 PM ET
UBS Puerto Rico Losses Mount: Former Clients Win $3M
The firm suffered another arbitration loss this week to clients seeking damages related to the firm's closed-end funds of Puerto Rico municipal bonds.
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