About FINRA

FINRA is one of the long arms of the law for the securities industry. A non-governmental regulatory authority, FINRA regulates all securities firms (roughly 4,300) that conduct business in the US. Its activities include writing and enforcing rules; enforcing federal securities laws; licensing and registering brokerages and private equity firms; and – more... 

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Based on 54 reviews
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Management
3.4
Culture
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8 salaries reported
$106,148 per year
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$21,000
$175,000
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$56,078 per year
$21,000
$175,000
3 salaries reported
$68,605 per year
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Headquarters
1735 K St. Nw
Washington DC, United States 20006
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Industry

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