The country’s largest independent regulator of securities firms doing business in the United States recently came to the rescue of  "unsophisticated investors" who incurred thousands of dollars in losses deriving from unsuitable transactions.

USA HSBC Securities Inc. paid $320,000 to its retail customers to compensate losses on grounds of unsuitable sales and supervisory failure allegations brought on by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.

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