An author of more than two dozen books on spies and espionage alleges that his former Morgan Stanley adviser deceived him for years about what was really in his accounts, according to a copy of a recent FINRA arbitration award.
Last week, a panel of three arbitrators found that adviser Kim Dee Isaacson had lied to his client, H. Keith Melton, about the investments and account balances in Melton's portfolio, according to a copy of the award.
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