‘SEC’ Gamification Study Ups Reporting Threat for Online Brokers

Financial Services Regulatory   |   Securities & Investment Companies   |   Securities Inquiries, Examinations & Enforcement   |   September 7, 2021
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Carlton Fields attorney and former FINRA Senior Director Justin Chretien was quoted in a Bloomberg Law article discussing the SEC’s increased scrutiny into potentially addictive trading apps that support “game-like” features.

“Anything that encourages the customer to trade more, simply for the sake of trading more, is a problem,” said Chretien.

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