FINRA Charges Wedbush With Market Access Violations
Wedbush's lax supervision enabled customers to flood U.S. exchanges with thousands of potentially manipulative wash trades, FINRA says.
One Golf Course That's Great for Stock Tips
The Oakley Country Club in Watertown, Massachusetts, would seem to be the biggest hotbed of alleged insider trading since SAC Capital.
Former SEC Chief Walter Named FINRA Public Governor
FINRA announced Thursday that former SEC Chairwoman Elisse Walter has been elected to FINRA’s Board as public governor.
21 Best & Worst Robo-Advisors for Client Transparency
Paladin Registry grades 21 big online advisors on how well they provide clients with critical information, like fees, on their websites.
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.
FINRA’s 5 Biggest Fine Categories in First Half of 2014
Fines imposed by FINRA in 2014 are poised to far outpace last year’s, says a new analysis by the law firm Sutherland.
Variable Annuities a Top Source of Customer Complaints: FINRA
Two top officials at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Securities and Exchange Commission recently highlighted their concerns regarding annuities.
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.
Rep. Bachus Backs Waters' User-Fees Bill
Rep. Spencer Bachus, R-Ala., agreed Thursday to co-sponsor a bill to allow the SEC to collect user fees to help boost advisor exams.