An ex-advisor with less than 10 years of industry experience lost an arbitration case to Merrill Lynch, her former employer.
A single arbitrator ruled at the end of August that former advisor Carrie Riley owed Merrill about $480,000 for breach of a promissory note and an additional $130,000 in attorney fees and costs.
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