Monday March 1, 2021
Registration is required. Please click here to sign up online!!
Topics to be discussed:
· different kinds of investments (including advantages and disadvantages)
· what is FINRA
· the cognizable claims that FINRA hears and some
examples of those claims.
This presentation is from the Investor Advocacy Project, a program led by students at Seton Hall University Law School that engages in the direct representation of New Jersey residents seeking restitution under FINRA. The presentation promotes informed investing by introducing the audience to our program and their rights, should they feel they were subject to impropriety by an investment professional or brokerage firm.
This is a virtual program. Registration is required. Please sign up online at rtlibrary.org or call 973-627-2344.