ACI CEO, Jay Gettenberg, and Managing Director, Elizabeth Attanasio, will attend FINRA’s annual conference in Washington, D.C. next week to reconnect with regulators in person and gain new insights on the latest rules and trends affecting broker-dealers and the industry.
ACI is returning to the conference after the pandemic caused a two-year hiatus on live events. ACI has been a regular presence at FINRA’s annual gatherings before the pandemic, with Gettenberg attending the event annually for the past decade. Attanasio has also been a regular attendee at the annual conference.
“ACI is very excited to return to live industry events and reconnect with our clients, colleagues and strategic partners,” Gettenberg said. He sees these events as a way for ACI to remain up to date on issues that may affect ACI’s existing 150+ clients and continue to expand on knowledge that enables ACI to be a leading provider of outsourced FinOp registration services in the United States.
Gettenberg, as a member of the FINRA Small Firm Advisory Committee (SFAC), also believes the conference is an opportunity to gain feedback and information that will help the committee better serve the industry.
FINRA’s annual conference runs from May 16 – 18 and offers a variety of sessions related to issues and trends affecting the industry, including technology, cybersecurity, risk management, and social media. Gary Gensler, chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, is a scheduled speaker, alongside FINRA CEO, Robert Cook. For more information on the conference, click here.
ACI will continue to provide updates on our Resources page on current news regarding regulations and the industry.