A former UBS and Wells Fargo advisor was ordered by an arbitration panel to pay an ex-employer more than $500,000 – which may only be the opening chapter of his latest problems.
Miguel Mattei Zapata was ordered by FINRA to reimburse Wells Fargo for failure to pay back a promissory note, and still must answer seven client complaints that allege more than $6 million in damages for misconduct at his most recent employer, UBS.
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