The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority announced Tuesday it fined Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. $1.05 million for failing to provide best execution in certain transactions involving non-convertible preferred securities and for failing to have an adequate supervisory system and written supervisory procedures.
Merrill was also ordered to pay more than $323,000 in restitution, plus interest, to customers.
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