FINRA Entitlement Program Announcements
FINRA Entitlement User Accounts Certification Process Begins January 8, 2018
FINRA's Annual Entitlement User Accounts Certification Process begins on January 8, 2018, and ends February 8, 2018. During this period, Super Account Administrators (SAAs) for firms with more than one user must certify that users at their firm who require access to applications in FINRA’s Entitlement Program have only the entitlement privileges required to perform their job responsibilities and to delete accounts for users who no longer require access. Additional information is available on the following pages:
- Entitlement User Accounts Certification Process Quick Reference Guide
- FINRA Entitlement Program Frequently Asked Questions
FINRA Password Changes Went Into Effect July 29, 2017
Passwords changed or created on or after July 29 must adhere to updated password requirements. See the Password Requirements for complete details.
Super Account Administrator (SAA) Forms
New Organization Super Account Administrator (SAA) & FINRA Entitlement Agreement (FEA) Forms must be used when a new organization is first requesting FINRA Entitlement and needs to designate its SAA. This form is available on the FINRA website. Investment Adviser firms that already have access to the FINRA Entitlement Program and have yet to file their initial ADV must complete the New Organization SAA Form to replace their SAA.
The Update/Replace Super Account Administrator (SAA) & FINRA Entitlement Agreement (FEA) Forms must be used to replace an SAA or update information, such as the name or email address of the current SAA. An Authorized Signatory from your organization needs to request the Update/Replace SAA Form by contacting the Gateway Call Center at (301) 869-6699 or (301) 590-6500. The form will be sent to that Authorized Signatory's contact information on file with FINRA.
Signatory Requirements and Special Circumstances for SAA Forms
The New Organization SAA Forms and the Update/Replace SAA Forms have specific instructions and signature requirements which must be met for processing. The forms must be signed by an Authorized Signatory and may not be self-signed unless specific requirements are met as indicated on the forms.