Update on FINRA’s Proposed Rule on Third-Party Outsourcing


Earlier this week, I had a conversation with Grace Vogel, Executive Vice President at FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority), about FINRA’s Proposed Rule 3190. The Proposed Rule addresses the regulation of third-party service providers and would require, among other things, heightened supervisory requirements for clearing and carrying firms.

Now that the comment period has ended, Ms. Vogel told me that FINRA has finished reviewing the comments and is preparing its response for submission to the SEC, at which time industry will have another opportunity to comment on the proposed rule.

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