Like a judge, arbitrators hear all sides of the dispute, study the evidence and then render a final and binding decision. Arbitrators are considered contractors, not employees of FINRA, so this opportunity is an excellent way to supplement your income.
Serving as a FINRA arbitrator is a great way to give back to your community by lending your professional knowledge and experience to the process. In addition, as an arbitrator you have an opportunity to:
earn honoraria ($600 per day) when attending a hearing;
develop valuable professional skills;
get free training and earn CLE credits; and
expand your network inside and outside the securities industry.
Industry knowledge is notrequired, and there is absolutely no cost associated with applying to become an arbitrator. Arbitrator applicants must have: 1) a minimum of five years of paid business experience and at least two years of college-level credits or 2) a professional degree.
FINRA, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, operates the largest securities dispute resolution forum in the United States, providing both arbitration and mediation services. FINRA is currently seeking to expand the depth and diversity of its arbitrator roster, and invite you to apply.
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