FINRA took steps to protect clients wanting to stay with advisors switching firms under a new rule that provides key questions the self-regulatory organization says should be asked.
Under the new rule, approved by the SEC last week, when member firms hire representatives from other firms, they must provide a paper or electronic "educational communication" written by FINRA to former clients if they try to persuade those clients to move their assets.
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