FINRA dismisses Lehman’s attempt to recover $500,000

By Staff | October 25, 2012 | Last updated on October 25, 2012
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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has denied Lehman Brothers Inc.’s attempt to recover almost $500,000 from a former employee it had once offered as a loan.

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This case, reported on, is one of many in which the firm sought to recover funds it extended via promissory notes before it went bankrupt.

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In its heyday, the fallen Wall Street giant had loaned 113 of its employees about $700,000 each, or about $80 million in total. Lehman Brothers is now trying to recoup this amount, but so far has had little success.

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