A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority panel has ordered two parts of Citigroup Inc. to pay $6.4 million to make up for investment losses tied to a group of troubled municipal arbitrage trust funds.
The $6.4 million award is about half of the compensatory damages requested by the claimants, led by investment banking executive D. Theodore Berghorst, who sought no less than $12 million for costs, attorneys’ fees, rescission and other expenses.
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