FINRA has ordered Santander Securities of Puerto Rico to pay $2 million in fines for violations tied to its structured products sales.

 The deficiencies cited by FINRA in the sale of Santander’s investment products include the unsuitable sale of reverse convertible securities, a lack of supervision of the sales of structured products and of loans from its affiliated bank, among other violations.

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