The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has elected Andrew S. Duff, chairman and CEO of Piper Jaffray Cos., as a large-firm governor for FINRA’s board.
The results of voting took place at the FINRA Board of Governors Special Meeting on May 19.
“FINRA will benefit from Andrew’s industry knowledge in advancing our mission of protecting investors and ensuring the integrity of our markets,” said FINRA Chairman John Brennan, in a statement. “We look forward to working with him.”
“Andrew’s deep experience working with institutional and individual investors will be an invaluable asset to our deliberations,” added Robert Cook, FINRA’s CEO. “We look forward to his insights on FINRA’s strategy, programs and operations.”
Duff, who has served as chairman and CEO of Piper Jaffray Companies since the completion of its spinoff from U.S. Bancorp in December 2003, has also served as chairman of the firm’s broker-dealer subsidiary, Piper Jaffray & Co., since 2003, and as CEO since 2000.