FINRA’s Rulebook Consolidation Process
FINRA is working toward a new consolidated rulebook, which seeks not only to harmonize and streamline existing rules, but also to give consideration to the rapidly evolving nature of the securities business and the broad diversity of firms subject to FINRA regulation. To learn more about the process, read our Information Notices.
To facilitate the transition to the consolidated rulebook, FINRA has created three Rule Conversion Charts to show how new FINRA Rules relate to the NASD and/or Incorporated NYSE Rules that they replace.
As discussed in Information Notice 03/12/08, FINRA may determine to file proposals related to the rulebook consolidation process directly with the SEC for comment or to first seek comment in a Regulatory Notice. FINRA strongly encourages member firms and interested members of the public to engage in the rule comment process. For information on how to respond to FINRA and SEC requests for comment, see the links below.