John Luburic was Appointed as Litigation Director of FINRA Enforcement at Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

Date of management change: June 25, 2019 

What Happened?

Washington, DC-based Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Appointed John Luburic as Litigation Director of FINRA Enforcement

 

About the Company

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is dedicated to investor protection and market integrity. Our team of highly trained professionals are passionate about protecting investors and ensuring financial markets remain fair by writing and enforcing the critical rules and regulations that govern more than 3,700 firms and 630,000 brokers across the country. Our ultimate goal is to foster robust, but fair and orderly, markets in which America`s 90 million investors can feel confident. With more than 3,500 employees nationwide, FINRA is committed to a diverse, high-performance workplace. We recognize that it`s the hard work, passion and dedication of our team that makes FINRA the strong, successful organization it is. That`s why we offer a competitive compensation, benefits and services package. And at FINRA, we offer more than just a job; we provide employees with the learning and educational tools needed to enhance their knowledge, talents and abilities—whether it`s an online course to enhance productivity or a seminar to maximize leadership skills. At FINRA, we believe your work can be your passion.

 

About the Person

John Luburic is Litigation Director of FINRA Enforcement at Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Previously, John held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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