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November 25, 2014

FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Changes Membership Application Fees

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority announced that it will waive continuing membership application (CMA) fees when a CMA proposes minor changes that do not require substantial review by FINRA staff, such as certain changes in ownership, control or business operations. In addition, FINRA will refund application fees for new or continuing membership applications that are withdrawn within 30 days of filing. The application fee refunds are subject to a $500 processing fee.

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Janet M. Angstadt, Securities Attorney, Katten Muchin Law Firm
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Janet Angstadt concentrates her practice in financial services. She counsels broker-dealers and market centers on a wide variety of legal and regulatory matters, including mergers and acquisitions involving broker-dealers; exchange, FINRA and SEC investigations; compliance issues related to registrations, sales practice, short sales, Regulation NMS, market making, and options and equities order handling; broker-dealer sponsored alternative trading systems such as dark pools and electronic communication networks; policies and procedures for trading systems development and testing; and...

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James M. Brady, Katten Muchin Law Firm, Finance Attorney
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James Brady concentrates his practice in financial services matters.

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