Appeals Court Disregards FINRA Rule in CCO Case

In a recent review of a disciplinary action charging a chief compliance officer (CCO) with committing “should have known” liability, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, in a per curium opinion, ignored the FINRA rule that the CCO allegedly violated. The decision raises questions about how FINRA will charge firms and compliance officers for “should have known” violations.

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