Bad choices ended the careers of two bank advisors this month.

A former executive of Weymouth Bank’s brokerage division was barred from the industry for bilking two minor children entrusted to him as their sole guardian. According to FINRA, William Robert Hartnett was the trustee or custodian of seven savings accountants and three checking accounts established at Weymouth Bank for the benefit of the two children. The savings and checking accounts were funded primarily from insurance and other funds from the children’s deceased parents.

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