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Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is a private company regulating securities firms in the United States. FINRA was formed by the merger of New York Stock Exchange Regulation, Inc. and the National Association of Security Dealers in 2007.

FINRA oversees more than 4,300 brokerage firms, over 163,000 branch offices, and over 635,000 registered securities representatives. FINRA maintains a headquarters in Washington, D.C., and employs approximately 3,300 people. FINRA offers interactive tools like BrokerCheck enabling investors to educate themselves about the background of brokers.

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FINRA has a compensation and benefits package that is competitive in their industry. FINRA has won multiple awards touting the quality of their workplace including an AARP award for being one of the best places for people over 50 to work. In 2011, FINRA was voted one of the best companies for working mothers. FINRA provides benefits to part-time employees working at least 20 hours a week.

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