The MFDA will launch its second client research project in June by issuing a mandatory request for data.

The organization will ask its members for information on all client accounts and positions, including performance returns, charges and compensation information. The data will be due by Sept. 30.

This second project was created after the 2016 client research project provided the MFDA with valuable information on the members’ businesses, their approved persons and their clients.

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In the meantime, the MFDA is seeking feedback from members about their ability to provide client data for this research project.

The bulletin for the project can be read here.

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