FINRA has made still more reforms to its oft-maligned arbitration system for settling disputes between brokers and clients or among industry parties.

Some critics, however, see the industry regulator's arbitration reform effort as too slow and cautious, particularly when it comes to the transparency of the arbitration process and the qualifications of the arbitrators.

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