It’s election season. And now firms will have another contest to keep an eye on this year: FINRA’s election of governors.

At a salient moment in the regulator’s history, members will vote to fill three spots on its de facto board of directors. While FINRA does not comment on what issues the board will address before official agendas are published, the elections come on the heels of some major announcements including the recently enacted sustainability rules, a new round of fee hikes (some marking the first increase in decades), and a reported $84 million loss in net income.

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