For the third year in a row, FINRA ended deep in the red, reporting a net loss in income of $84 million for 2011. 

The self-regulatory organization has run into financial difficulties over the past year including an investigation by the Government Accountability Office into executive pay, the resignation of one of its top-earning lobbyists and leftover expenses from a joint deal with the NYSE.

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