Lloyd S. Harmetz

Lloyd S. Harmetz

Morrison & Foerster LLP

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FINRA Proposes Rules to Protect Seniors from Financial Exploitation

In October 2016, FINRA filed with the SEC proposed rules designed to help brokers protect seniors and other vulnerable adults from financial exploitation. The proposal would amend existing customer account information rules...more

10/26/2016 - Broker-Dealer Brokers Exploitation FINRA Proposed Rules Safe Harbors SEC

FINRA Proposes Rules to Help Avoid Financial Exploitation of Seniors

Avoiding financial exploitation of older investors has been on our regulators’ radar screens for several years. With new rules proposed in October 2015, FINRA seeks to make investing safer for seniors and other vulnerable...more

10/28/2015 - Brokers Disclosure Requirements Elder Issues Exploitation FINRA Notice Requirements Policies and Procedures Proposed Regulation Recordkeeping Requirements Safe Harbors Supervision Training Requirements

Structured Thoughts -- Volume 4, Issue 9 -- June 17, 2013

In This Issue: UK’s FCA Restricts Marketing of Unregulated Collective Investment Schemes and Similar Products to Retail Investors; Electronic Structured Note Systems and U.S. Securities Regulation; and Reminders from...more

6/18/2013 - Brokers False Claims Act (FCA) Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Financial Services Authority FINRA Investors SEC Structured Financial Products Term Sheets UCITS

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