Justia Lawyer Rating
Super Lawyers
Investor Defender Badge

FINRA Wants to Reveal Brokers’ Compensation

Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP

(November 29)

FINRA has formally proposed that broker-dealers and their employers reveal the terms of their compensation, which normally include bonuses and incentives. Industry reaction has, predictably, been loud and indignant. Regulators point out that Registered Investment Advisors are already under similar restrictions; that compensation and bonus structures for brokers can potentially lead to conflicts of interest, churning, and unsuitable sales; and those investment clients have a right to know how their brokers are rewarded.

(Dan Jamieson at www.investmentnews.com)

Client Reviews

Thank you for your most kind and efficient treatment during my dilemma.


Darlene was so helpful in this matter, I had been trying for months to get help and she came through for me . . . I would recommend her in a heartbeat.


From the first time I spoke with her about my lawsuit, to the successful conclusion, Darlene was always the support I needed.


You folks put on an excellent case and we were, to say the least, extremely nervous about the outcome.

Opposing Counsel

Get in Touch

Fill out the contact form or call us at (503) 226-2966 to schedule your consultation.
  1. 1 Call Us Nationwide
  2. 2 Fill Out Our Contact Form
  3. 3 Please Do Not Include Confidential Information

Leave Us a Message