Tag: FINRA Regulatory Notice 10-22

In April of 2010, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority issued Regulatory Notice 10-22, FINRA 10-22, which requires broker-dealers to obtain independent, third party due diligence on all companies for which they are conducting a private placement or Regulation D Offering. Regulatory Notice 10-22 specifies the key areas that FiNRA requires for a proper due diligence review. Failure to obtain a due diligence review in accordance with FINRA 10-22 creates a significant liability for broker/dealers with respects to any potential litigation when a client suffers a loss in a private placement.

FINRA’s Sanction of Broker/Dealers for Lack of Conducting Reasonable Due Diligence

FINRA recently issued Regulatory Notice 10-22 which requires broker/dealers to conduct or obtain reasonable due diligence on companies whose securities they sell in private placements through the Regulation D exemption. Coral Capital Partners looks at recent FINRA sanctions of broker/dealers, and their personnel for failure to conduct a reasonable due diligence review of companies for which they raised funds for through private placement sales under Regulation D.

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