WASHINGTON -- The years following the 2008 financial meltdown, the Bernie Madoff scandal and the flash crash have taken their toll on investor confidence, and FINRA is pledging to redouble its efforts to restore faith in the markets through a more vigorous examination and enforcement regime.
At the same time, the agency has also announced the easing of a data collection provision that critics worried would increase firms' compliance costs.
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