An arbitration panel last week ordered Wachovia Securities to pay $4.3 million to a broker fired for market timing.

Frederick O’Meally argued in National Association of Securities Dealers proceedings that he was wrongfully terminated and that his former employer had committed libel and/or slander. He also said that his former employer still owed him compensation from a company savings plan and from a retention bonus.

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