If broker-dealers didn’t know so already, the Financial Services Regulatory Authority is making it clear once again.

In a proposed new rule regulating the use of third-party service providers, the self-regulatory agency for broker dealers, says that outsourcing doesn’t relieve a broker-dealer from its regulatory obligations. The broker-dealer must adopt policies and procedures that will ensure the proper supervision of the third party firm’s capabilities and compliance.

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