WASHINGTON — The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has fined three firms $242,500 for municipal rules violations.
They include $150,000 against Raymond James Financial Services Inc. for supervisory failures related to so-called 529 college savings plans it sold to clients and $80,000 against Neuberger Berman LLC for supervisory and timely reporting lapses.
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