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What are some of the most interesting cases Sam Draddy, head of FINRA's Market Investigations Team, has heard? Listen to the latest #FINRAUnscripted episode to find out and learn more about the latest trends in our fraud and insider trading investigations. https://t.co/ce0Exm1ped pic.twitter.com/B6NFtxPysJ— FINRA (@FINRA) November 30, 2022
For decades, conventional IPOs served as the primary path for growth companies to raise money from investors in the public markets. But a new trend is emerging—enter SPACs.— FINRA (@FINRA) November 30, 2022
What is a SPAC and why might investors be interested?
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Have you recently left the industry or terminated a registration? Your exams can remain valid for five years instead of just two—but only if you enroll in the optional Maintaining Qualifications Program (MQP).— FINRA (@FINRA) November 30, 2022
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