A FINRA arbitration panel ordered BNP Paribas Securities to cough up $16.1 million to compensate a couple for duping them into buying an unsuitable security.
It was one of the largest arbitration awards of compensatory damages that FINRA has ever rendered in a customer dispute, according to New York City litigation firm Lax & Neville.
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