The latest round of disclosures about Mark S. Ferber, a New England financial adviser under investigation for alleged conflicts of interest, have shed new light on another Ferber transaction that stirred controversy in 1990 - a $47 million bond issue sold by the Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency.

According to documents obtained by state inspector general Robert A. Cerasoli in connection with a new investigation of Ferber, the deal netted the former financial adviser at Lazard, Freres & Co. $564,000 in fees for his employer.

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