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IMPACT ANALYSIS: FINRA’s charges against ex-Morgan Stanley traders hired by UBS raise background questions

FINRA also notes that both men moved to and were hired by UBS Financial Services in New York within 2 1/2 weeks of their termination by Morgan Stanley in March 2012. A UBS spokesperson declined to comment on this matter, citing the continuing investigation.
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