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FINRA webinars are free online video programs delivered right to your desktop. Webinars include panel discussions with FINRA staff and/or industry experts and feature online resource materials that participants can access from their own computers.

Upcoming Webinars

Rule 4111 Webinar

FINRA invites firm personnel to attend this webinar to learn about the new Rule 4111 Compliance Tool, housed in the FINRA Gateway. This tool will provide, as they are issued, reports of:

  1. The annual calculation of whether the firm met the Preliminary Criteria for Identification (PCI), including its Preliminary Identification Metrics, as of the Evaluation Date for a given year; and
  2. Interim calculations as of an Evaluation Date for that given year. The interim calculations are generated for informational purposes only; whether a firm will meet the PCI in the annual calculation could change based on subsequent events.

FINRA expects that the first interim calculation will be available to member firms in early June 2022, and that the first annual calculation will be available in July 2022.


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FINRA's webinars are the sole property of FINRA and the information provided is for informational and educational purposes only. The content of the webinars does not constitute any FINRA rule or amendment or interpretation to such rules. Compliance with any recommended conduct presented does not mean that a firm or person has complied with the full extent of their obligations under FINRA rules, the rules of any other SRO, or securities laws. Use of this webinar does not create a safe harbor from regulatory responsibility. This webinar is provided "as is". FINRA and its affiliates are not responsible for any human or mechanical errors or omissions. Parties may not reproduce the webinars in any form, nor reference them in any publication, without the express written consent of FINRA.

Only FINRA's Annual Conference is open to the media. All other FINRA conferences, webinars, and other programs are closed to the media.