A FINRA arbitration panel has ordered J.P. Morgan Securities to fork over $350,000 to compensate a former private banker for wrongfully terminating her from her job and damaging her reputation.

Kostantina Dimitrova Bourdev, who worked for J.P. Morgan Chase Bank in San Jose, Calif., claimed that J.P. Morgan wrongly accused her of participating in customer meetings where a financial advisor she sometimes worked with misrepresented investment products, said Bourdev's attorney, Cary Lapidus of San Francisco.

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