FINRA did not create a recovery pool for "terribly harmed" investors with unpaid arbitration awards at its board meeting this week, despite raising expectations last year that it might do so.

Instead the self-regulator granted investors, in limited cases, the option of taking their dispute to a court even if they signed mandatory arbitration clauses with their advisers or their firms.

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