A former Wells Fargo adviser was kicked out of the industry last week for alleged excessive trading in the brokerage accounts of a 93-year-old customer, according to a FINRA disciplinary filing.
Matthew Maczko, a broker with Wells Fargo Advisors in Oak Brook, Illinois, effectively controlled the customer's four accounts, which had an average aggregate value of $3 million, FINRA claimed.
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