Ameriprise's bid to claw back stock awards from two advisors not only failed, but it produced a costly blow back for the firm.

Last month two FINRA arbitration panels ordered the brokerage firm to pay more than $500,000 to the advisors for alleged misconduct, including unfair trade practices and breach of the Broker Protocol, a legal framework governing how advisors can switch firms.

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