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Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)

An overview of Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is a self-regulatory organisation in the United States that oversees and regulates brokerage firms and their associated individuals. It plays a crucial role in maintaining fair and transparent financial markets.

FINRA provides comprehensive, real-time fixed income security and trade information compiled from multiple sources. This data covers various types of bonds, such as corporate, agency, municipal, asset-backed, collateralized mortgage obligation, mortgage-backed, and to-be-announced securities.

Key Facts 

  • Geographical coverage
    United States of America
  • History
  • Data format
  • Delivery mechanism
  • Data frequency

Features & Benefits

What you get with Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)

  • FINRA enforces rules and regulations to ensure that investors are treated fairly and have access to accurate information about investments.
  • FINRA works to maintain the integrity of the securities market by setting standards for ethical behavior and market transparency.
  • It oversees the conduct of brokers and brokerage firms to ensure they comply with industry rules and regulations.
  • FINRA maintains databases and provides information about brokerage firms, investment products, and regulatory actions, promoting transparency in the industry.

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