A former Morgan Stanley advisor won $150,000 in damages for the manner in which his employment at the Wall Street firm was terminated in a FINRA arbitration.
The panel said Morgan Stanley was liable for "causing humiliation, emotional distress and loss of book of business," according to FINRA records.
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