Director Lori Schock, Chairman Jay Clayton and FINRA President Robert Cook talk to seniors about the importance of doing background checks on investment professionals.
Protecting investors is at the very heart of the SEC’s mission. The Office of Investor Education and Advocacy provides services and tools to help you invest wisely and avoid fraud. Director Lori Schock’s articles are intended to provide you with tips and information on investment topics that are important to you. New articles will be posted from time to time. Read them and share them with your friends.
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