They were a group of senior UBS advisors who joined Barclays in 2011 to bolster its outreach to ultra-high-net worth Latin American clients.
But less than three years later, Rene Joliot, Edgar Ramirez and Romel Rodriguez filed a claim against the London bank for compensatory damages in excess of $5 million for a number of grievances, including "wrongful constructive discharge," according to FINRA documents.
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