A former Morgan Stanley stockbroker who was charged with insider trading earlier this year was ordered by a FINRA arbitration panel to pay back more than $3 million in promissory notes to the firm.
The FINRA arbitrators determined that Vladimir Eydelman owed Morgan Stanley the signing bonus he received, plus interest, when he joined the firm in 2012 after nine years with Oppenheimer, according to FINRA broker records.
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