FINRA Moving to Slimmed Down Headquarters in D.C.
by: Bruce Kelly
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is moving its headquarters to a smaller facility in Washington, D.C., next year. The new offices are across the street from the self-regulator’s current location, which has been its headquarters since 1971, according to FINRA. The change will offer FINRA employees a hybrid approach combining in-office and remote work. It “enables FINRA to effectively accomplish its investor-protection mission in an open, more flexible and collaborative office environment, while controlling costs,” a spokesperson said.
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