Schwab-Morgan Broker Battle Is ‘Tricky’: Expert
FINRA has wrapped up its ruling, but arguments over who owns client information when advisors switch firms continue.
DC Update on SEC User Fees, an SRO and Third-Party Exams
It will be difficult to enact any legislation in this Congress, but I predict that the RIA user fee bill will gain co-sponsors, including Republicans.
Battered Morgan Stanley Breakaway Advisor Fights Back
Breakaway advisor James Eastman tells ThinkAdvisor how Morgan Stanley read his email and “painted” his compliance record when he tried to leave.
SEC OKs FINRA Rule on Expungement of Broker Black Marks
The rule “helps to reduce FINRA’s lack of transparency about a broker’s complaint history,” said investor lawyer Jason Doss.
FINRA Appoints Arbitration Task Force
FINRA appointed a 13-member arbitration task force Thursday to consider possible enhancements to its arbitration forum.
FINRA Expels Firm for Bilking NFL, NBA Players
The online broker-dealer Success Trade, which targeted pro athletes, and its CEO were also ordered to pay $13.7 million in restitution.
FINRA Bars Ex-Wells Fargo Rep
Michael Frew may have set up a Ponzi scheme involving 30 investors and a man named “Guido.”
Cybersecurity Crackdown: Where SEC, FINRA Will Strike
No matter the size of your firm, if your client data isn’t safe, you’re not safe from the SEC and FINRA.
FINRA’s ‘Total Warfare’ Against Brokers in Arbitration
Breakaway brokers and pros across the financial industry cite biased panelists, missing hearing records and a 93% win rate for brokerages.
FINRA ‘Aggressively’ Seeking BD Feedback on CARDS: Ketchum
CEO Richard Ketchum defended the controversial automated data-collection system as an important investor protection tool but stressed that FINRA wanted to get it right.