The North American Securities Administrators Association announced Wednesday that it will hike enrollment fees for its state Series 63, 65 and 66 exams on June 1.
Despite increased costs of maintaining the exams, NASAA says the exam fees have not increased for the past four years.
The state tests are administered for NASAA by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and “passing an exam is normally a prerequisite for being licensed by a state before a broker-dealer or investment advisor can work with investors,” says NASAA spokesman Bob Webster.
Candidates enrolling for these exams on or after June 1 will be charged the following:
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–Series 63, $115, currently $96;
–Series 65, $155, currently $135; and