As FINRA’s arbitration process continues to come under scrutiny, it has named a new head of dispute resolution. Richard W. Berry was named executive vice president and director of dispute resolution, the regulator announced in a release today.

Berry, currently senior vice president and director of arbitration case administration and regional office services for the industry-funded regulator, fills the role being left by Linda Feinberg, 72, who announced in September that she would resign at the end of November. On Wall Street was first to report Berry among two front-runners for the job after Feinberg's resignation was announced.

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