FINRA is the acronym for Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. After the National Association of Securities Dealers and the New York Stock Exchange’s regulation committee merged, FINRA was created in July of 2007. It’s a regulatory body that governs business between brokers, dealers and the public. FINRA is the largest regulatory body (that’s not associated with the government) of U.S. securities firms.

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