Broker- Dealer Law Corner

Broker- Dealer Law Corner

Tag Archives: Mark-up policy

WannaCry Virus Triggers SEC Security Alert To BDs And Investment Management Firms

Posted in Cybersecurity, FINRA, Investment Management firm
Readers of this blog know that sales practice issues represent my sweet-spot.  Today, in what is probably a welcome departure from my rants, my partner (and co-chair of Ulmer’s Financial Services & Securities Litigation Group) Fran Goins, who knows all things about data privacy and cybersecurity, offers some helpful advice on dealing with the WannaCry… Continue Reading

When It Comes To Churning, FINRA Knows What’s Best For Investors

Posted in Churning, Disciplinary Process, Enforcement, FINRA
Since I first started practicing law back in the 1980s, customer complaints against brokers have often involved allegations of “churning,” which is deemed to be fraud. Now, as it was 30+ years ago, to prove a churning claim, a customer needs to demonstrate that (1) the broker acted with scienter, which is defined to be… Continue Reading
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