With developing regulatory requirements and risks involved in the financial services industry, broker-dealers need to know the latest developments in the SEC, FINRA and ERISA spaces.
Drinker Biddle’s Broker-Dealer Law Blog provides practical insights on litigation, regulatory, compliance and fiduciary issues impacting broker-dealers. Contributors include experienced members of the firm’s ERISA, FINRA Arbitration, and SEC and Regulatory Enforcement Teams, who regularly counsel and defend broker-dealers.
Our goal is to give readers a better understanding of how new rules, including the DOL Fiduciary Rule and directives from the SEC, FINRA and the DOL, will affect their businesses as the issues evolve.
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Recent posts include:
- Second Circuit Makes Class Certification in Securities Cases Easier
- Householding Accounts – Avoiding a Prohibited Transaction
- SEC Issues MiFID II No-Action Relief and Allays Various Cross-Border Concerns
- The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Class Action Waiver Rule Overturn Has No Effect on FINRA Members
- What Effect, if Any, Will the DOL Fiduciary Duty Rule Have on FINRA Arbitrations?
- WSPs Under the DOL Fiduciary Rule
- The SEC’s Back In the Fiduciary Regulation “Game”
- Required Disclosures After the DOL Fiduciary Rule
- Political Contribution Limitations Now Also Mandatory for Broker-Dealers
- The SEC’s 2017 Cybersecurity Alert and New Cyber Unit
- The DOL’s Best Interest Contract Requirement: Effect on Litigation Against Broker-Dealers
- Fiduciary Rules for the Transfer of IRAs