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FINRA is making dog whistle comments hinting its SRO ambitions still simmer

'Harmonization' comments by Richard Ketchum make all the talk of the group abandoning its RIA-oversight ambitions seem like bunk

Author Guest Columnist Patrick Burns March 18, 2013 at 5:20 AM
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Pat Burns: FINRA has been in the red financially and the addition of thousands of new member firms with their membership fees would certainly be helpful to its bottom line.


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