FINRA Arbitration Panel Composition – Regulatory Notice 11-05

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On February 1, 2011, FINRA amended the Code of Arbitration Procedure for Customer Disputes to allow customers with claims in excess of $100,000 to have two options for panel composition, either: (i) majority-public panel with two public and one non-public arbitrator or (ii) optional all public panel with all public arbitrators.  For further information, including full text of the notice and the amended and consolidated rules associated, please see FINRA’s website.

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