The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved new Financial Industry Regulatory Authority rules that prevent mutual fund and hedge fund industry personnel from serving as public arbitrators, effective July 1.
FINRA's new rules respond to concerns raised by investors about the neutrality of these personnel, according to the agency. Additionally, excluded hedge fund and mutual fund personnel must disassociate from their employers for at least two years before qualifying to serve as public arbitrators.
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