Notice to Members 00-55
NASD Dispute Resolution Will Require Firms to Certify in Writing That They Have Complied with Arbitration Awards Within 30 Days of Receipt
To respond to concerns raised by the General Accounting Office, NASD Dispute Resolution, Inc. (formerly the Office of Dispute Resolution of NASD Regulation, Inc.) is implementing a system of monitoring and tracking compliance with arbitration awards by members and associated persons.
Starting on September 18, 2000, when claimants prevail in an arbitration proceeding, NASD Dispute Resolution will request to be notified by the claimants if a member or associated person has not paid the arbitration award within 30 calendar days of receipt of the award as required by Rule 10330(h). NASD Dispute Resolution will also require member firms to certify in writing that they have complied with awards against them or their associated persons.
Questions regarding this Notice may be directed to Jean I. Feeney, Special Advisor to the President, NASD Dispute Resolution, at (202) 728-6959 or via e-mail.