An arbitration panel ordered UBS to pay $250,000 to two former clients in the latest case stemming from the sale of municipal bonds and closed-end funds in Puerto Rico.
Though UBS lost the case, the wirehouse avoided a much bigger penalty; the clients had asked the panel for damages up to $2.5 million for breach of contract and securities fraud.
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