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E&O Policies and Cyber Security P&Ps Required Nov 1, 2020
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Modification to Post-registration filing requirements for FINRA members:
Administrative order modifying the submission requirements for FINRA member broker-dealers. - June 14, 2001
 
The National Securities Market Improvement Act of 1996 (NSMIA)
Effective July 8, 1997 - Implementation of NSMIA as to Investment Advisory Services in Oklahoma.