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Riding the regulatory enforcement train: FINRA issues reminder on supervisory liability for chief compliance officers

37 No. 24 WJCODL 01By Drew P. Newman, Esq., and Jonathan M. Prytherch, Esq., Moore & Van Allen PLLCWestlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 6 pages)

Riding the regulatory enforcement train: FINRA issues reminder on supervisory liability for chief compliance officers

37 No. 24 WJCODL 01By Drew P. Newman, Esq., and Jonathan M. Prytherch, Esq., Moore & Van Allen PLLCWestlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 6 pages)

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May 23, 2022
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Riding the regulatory enforcement train: FINRA issues reminder on supervisory liability for chief compliance officers

Moore & Van Allen attorneys Drew P. Newman and Jonathan M. Prytherch discuss regulatory enforcement of supervisory liability for chief compliance officers in the context of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's Rule 3110.
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