Updated Wednesday, September 17, 2014 as of 9:42 PM ET

FINRA Board to Consider Bonus Disclosure Plan

FINRA’s Board of Governors will finally consider its controversial plan to require transitioning advisors to disclose recruitment incentives.

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Comments (1)
This is overdue. Can you smell the bias? Big firms want disclosure because they figure it will reduce recruiting costs. Wedbush wants a $100k limit because they can't compete with the big money and industry trade groups claim invasion of privacy because they represent advisors who in general would hate the idea of disclosure.
Posted by jonathan h | Thursday, September 12 2013 at 1:03PM ET
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