Two former Morgan Stanley Smith Barney brokers have been ordered to pay about $4.28 million plus interest to their former employer for the breach of promissory notes and other agreements.
The arbitration dispute centers on the termination of employment between Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and brokers Sean Anthony Lehmann and Kurt J. Halverstadt, according to the June decision from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
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