Posts Tagged ‘FINRA 2080’
Why Wouldn’t my FINRA Expungement Go Through?
FINRA Rule 2080 allows FINRA-registered financial professionals (RFPs) or broker-dealer firms to expunge complaints lodged against them from the Central Registration Depository (CRD) system. CRD is a source of information accessible to the public through BrokerCheck. BrokerCheck is a unique and free tool that gives investors information involving regulatory actions, arbitrations and complaints, broker’s employment…Read More
How Does FINRA Determine the Standards for Expungement of Customer Dispute Information?
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is a self-regulatory organization, a not-for-profit, non-governmental regulator for all broker-dealer firms and brokers that sell securities in the United States. FINRA protects investors by ensuring that broker-dealers and brokerage firms operate fairly and honestly. Brokers and FINRA-registered financial professionals often come to us when looking to settle a…Read More
How Do You Request Expungement if the Parties Settle the Arbitration?
Requesting Expungement in a FINRA Settlement Arbitration In the highly competitive financial world, any organization, manager, or owner must ensure that your business’s Central Registration Depository (CRD) doesn’t have negative customer complaints. If you are looking for FINRA settlement solutions, keep reading. Public investors often consult CRD through FINRA BrokerCheck before making investment decisions. The…Read More
So Your FINRA Expungement Got Approved. What Next?
If you have an inaccurate or erroneous customer dispute on your broker’s record, getting it expunged is a no-brainer. But the FINRA expungement process isn’t easy. In fact, the agency calls expungement an “extraordinary remedy” to be used only in limited cases. But let’s say you brought on an experienced legal team who helped you…Read More
What Findings Are Required for FINRA Expungement?
Under FINRA Rule 2080, broker-dealer firms, offices, and professionals in the securities industry can request customer disputes be expunged from FINRA’s public records. When reputation is so important to client trust and retention, expungement is a no-brainer. But FINRA has high standards of review and a limited appeals process to challenge decisions – you must…Read More
What Happens After You Submit a FINRA Expungement Waiver Request?
If you have an inaccurate or defamatory customer dispute on your firm’s FINRA Central Registration Depository (CRD) record, you can ask the agency for expungement. But what happens after you submit a FINRA expungement waiver request? Under FINRA’s policies, expungement is an “extraordinary remedy” that’s appropriate in only limited cases. In order to successfully win…Read More
Proposed New Changes to the FINRA Rule 2080 Expungement Process
If you have customer complaints or adverse disclosures reported on your FINRA Central Registration Depository (CRD) against you, those CRD disclosures can seriously hurt your reputation in the securities industry. FINRA CRD complaints may involve claims of sales practice violations, forgery, theft, or misappropriation or conversion of funds. In this article, we take a look…Read More