The Cross-Market Equities Supervision Manipulation Reports provide firms feedback on exceptions that were generated based on firms' order entries and trading activities in a given surveillance period. These reports are designed to assist firms with monitoring their supervision for trading behaviors that may be designed to manipulate the market.
The Daily List is a list of new issues, deleted issues, symbol and name changes, and other corporate actions for secruties reported to a FINRA equity trade reporting system as opposed to traded on a centralized exchange; namely, OTC Equity securities and historical OTCBB securities.
FINRA disciplinary actions taken against firms and individuals for violations that were issued 2005 or later and are eligible for publication pursuant to FINRA Rule 8313 (Release of Disciplinary Complaints, Decisions and Other Information). Results will also include opinions issued by the SEC and federal appellate courts that relate to FINRA disciplinary actions that have been appealed.
Investors can file an arbitration claim or request mediation through FINRA when they have a dispute involving the business activities of a brokerage firm or one if its brokers. FINRA publishes aggregate statistics on dispute resolution including data on hearings, cases, controversy types, security types, results, awards and more.
Equity Report cards created to help firms track their compliance with key equity trading rules related to OATS, Best Execution Outside-of-the-Inside, Market Order Timeliness, Trade Reporting and Reg NMS trade throughs.
The Financial Industry Networking Directory (FIND)™ is a new FINRA service that looks to connect individuals with financial services firms that are recruiting for full-time employment and internship positions. Learn more below about how you can join and benefit from FIND.