The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a rule change to allow the option for all public panels in Financial Industry Regulatory Authority arbitrations, a move both welcomed and criticized by industry experts.
The decision comes after FINRA petitioned the SEC for the rule change in October. Prior to the ruling, FINRA arbitration panels were traditionally made up of three people, consisting of two public arbitrators and one arbitrator related to the securities industry.
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