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FINRA Bars Former President Of Broker-Dealer Along With Former Registered Representatives

Reflecting increased regulatory willingness to discipline principals and supervisors, FINRA recently announced that it had imposed an industry bar on the former president of a defunct broker-dealer, along with five registered...more

Show Us the Money: FINRA Initiates Sweep Relating to Compensation Practices

FINRA has made no secret of its interest in broker compensation, and the potential conflicts of interest that can be generated by some types of compensation practices. FINRA discussed these issues in its 2015 annual...more

Reverse Churning

It is obvious that broker-dealers and their registered representatives, as well as investment advisors, must be careful in making recommendations to their clients. But the rise of claims related to inaction in a client...more

Burr Alert: Proposed FINRA Rules Governing Markups, Commissions And Fees

Through its recent Regulatory Notice 13-07, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ("FINRA") announced and sought comments on its proposed amendments to rules governing markups, markdowns, commissions and fees associated...more

FINRA Proposes Keeping the 5% Rule on Markups; Also Plans to Revise QIB Standards on Debt Securities

Habits can be tough to break. In 2011, FINRA attempted to break the broker-dealer industry’s habit of relying upon a 5% ceiling for equity markups by proposing a new FINRA Rule 2121 that would eliminate the so-called “5%...more

FINRA Offers Changes to Proposed Rules Governing Markups, Commissions and Fees

In February 2011, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority initially sought comment on proposed rules governing markups, commissions and fees...more

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