As regulators unveil new approaches to examinations, firms should make sure they have proper compliance systems in place and be ready to take the initiative in their communications with examiners, experts say.

In his keynote address at the FINRA annual conference in May, the self-regulatory organization's chief executive, Richard G. Ketchum, outlined the changes firms should expect as the examination process evolves to better identify risk.

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