New FINRA Rule Aimed at Preventing Financial Advisors’ Exploitation of Senior Clients


Recently, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) issued a new regulation to protect investors from unscrupulous financial advisors and brokers. Rule 3241 limits the ability of a broker-dealer to be named as a beneficiary, executor, trustee, or power of attorney for one of their customers.» Read More

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