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Broker-Dealer Regulation Treatise


Practicing Law Institute

Sutherland Partner Cliff Kirsch is the author of PLI's Broker Dealer Regulation Treatise.  The treatise is filled with practical suggestions on how to best comply with requirements in such areas as electronic trading, safeguarding customer information, trading desk activities and business continuity planning. Recent updates have covered new FINRA Rule 2111 which governs what are and what are not suitable customer transactions • the SEC’s renewed emphasis on pursuing insider trading claims under 10b5-2 • the SEC’s recently adopted Rule 15c3-5 on allocation between clearing firm and introducing broker in connection with risk management controls for clearing firms providing market access • and a new Chapter 21A on outsourcing issues for financial services firms.
Updated at least once a year, Broker-Dealer Regulation is an invaluable resource for broker-dealers, securities attorneys, compliance officers, and regulators.

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