FINRA is proposing all-public arbitration panels in a rule it’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission next month, following a two-year pilot program.

The idea is to increase public confidence in FINRA’s regulation of its members. “Any investor will have the power to have his or her case heard by a panel with no industry participants,” said Richard Ketchum, FINRA’s chairman and CEO.

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