WASHINGTON – Thirteen months after creating a helpline for senior investors, FINRA says the service is yielding more than the occasional refund to the elderly client.

The helpline – which has received more than 4,600 calls since going live – is enabling the regulator to better understand senior investors' needs and concerns, says Susan Axelrod, executive vice president of regulatory operations at FINRA.

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