FINRA Disciplinary Database Suffers A Glitch


It turns out that "a number of documents were found to have been corrupted during the imaging process," which is of course technical jargon for a scanning error.


Until the offending documents can be scanned and re-uploaded, FINRA's decided to take the database offline.


Depending on the exact number of documents we're talking about, that could take at least a few days. But when the database is back, don't forget to check your file for errors.







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