Charles Schwab & Co. is in the midst of a regulatory struggle with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority that threatens to change how the firm and other retail brokers do business with its clients.
First, let's take a step back. FINRA filed a complaint against Charles Schwab in February 2012 charging the firm with violating its rules by requiring customers to waive their rights to bring class actions against the firm.
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