Web CRD System Links
The following are the links to access the CRD family of applications.
- Classic CRD Site – https://crd.finra.org
- New CRD Site – https://mycrd.finra.org
- FINRA Firm Gateway – https://firms.finra.org/webcrd
- Web CRD Registered Representative Site – https://filing.crd.finra.org/crdmain/
Web CRD is a secure registration and licensing system for entitled users only. Authorized users must complete and submit the appropriate forms to FINRA to be entitled to use Web CRD. For further information and instructions regarding Web CRD entitlement, visit the FINRA Entitlement Program Web page or call the Gateway Call Center at (301) 869-6699. For Web CRD’s hours of operation and a list of planned outages, please see the Web CRD Availability Schedule.
- Machine-to-Machine – https://filex.finra.org (see also the fileX User Guide)
- User Interface – https://webeft.finra.org (requires separate entitlement from firm’s SAA)
Web Electronic Filing Transfer (EFT) is a secure file transfer application that reduces the time and effort needed to manually submit online filings for Forms U4, U5, BR and NRF to Web CRD/IARD. It also allows firms to receive daily and weekly data downloads, such as accounting transactions and exam results, directly from Web CRD/IARD, which can then be easily uploaded by firms to their internal systems. For more information about Web EFT subscriptions and access, please see the Web EFT Frequently Asked Questions.
FINRA BrokerCheck – http://www.finra.org/brokercheck
FINRA BrokerCheck is an online tool to help investors check the background of brokers and brokerage firms in order to make informed decisions regarding the management of their investments. For any questions you may have regarding FINRA BrokerCheck, contact the BrokerCheck hotline at (800) 289-9999, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Eastern Time.
For IARD-related system links, please visit www.iard.com.
Note that these systems are for authorized users only. Individuals using these computer systems are subject to monitoring for compliance with FINRA policies and applicable laws. Anyone using these systems expressly consents to such monitoring, and is advised that if monitoring reveals evidence of what could constitute illegal activity under federal and/or applicable state law, system personnel may refer this evidence to appropriate law enforcement officials.