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Communications with the Public (FINRA Rule 2210)

FINRA requires communications with the public (eg advertisements, market letters, emails) to make specific disclosures and obtain appropriate approvals from supervisors and, in some cases, FINRA.

In this video, Brian Marks discusses how the amended FINRA Rule 2210 changes the definitions of the different types of communications (eg retail communications, correspondences) and amends the circumstances under which they must be filed with FINRA for approval. Registered reps are required to abide by these rules in all communications with clients.

The contents of this rule are testable on the Series 7 exam, the 24 exam and the Series 10 exam.

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