How do I access my CRD?
Interested parties can also access CRD data by calling BrokerCheck toll-free at (800) 289-9999. Investors can also find such information through their state’s securities regulator or via the North American Securities Administrators Association.
How do I find my FINRA CRD?
FINRA recommends that FINRA-registered firms access Web CRD through the Firm Gateway. This site will allow you to access Web CRD as well as other FINRA applications. The Firm Gateway is located at https://firms.finra.org.
How do I log into FINRA?
Log into FINRA Gateway: https://gateway.finra.org/app/contacts.
- When prompted, enter your FINRA Entitlement login information.
- Upon successful login, the FINRA Gateway Contacts page will display.
What is FINRA CRD identifier?
CRD stands for Central Registration Depository, which is a database that holds information about brokers and brokerage firms. Every stockbroker (“registered representative”) licensed to sell securities in this country has what is a called a CRD number.
How do I get a CRD number?
Firms must register any person engaged in the securities business of the firm by filing the appropriate registration application online through the Central Registration Depository (CRD) Program to become registered with FINRA, the appropriate jurisdictions and/or self-regulatory organizations.
What is the CRD number for FINRA?
The following are the links to access the CRD program-related applications. These secure systems are for entitled users only. For further information and instructions, visit the FINRA Entitlement Program page or call the Gateway Call Center at (301) 869-6699.
How do I get a copy of my FINRA license?
To view your record please log in to the Financial Professional Gateway or register to create your Financial Professional Gateway account. Please contact the FINRA Gateway Call Center at (240) 386-4040 if you have any questions or require additional assistance.
How do I know if I am FINRA registered?
Registered Financial Professional Visit FINRA BrokerCheck or call FINRA at (800) 289-9999. Also contact your state securities regulator. Check SEC Action Lookup tool for formal actions that the SEC has brought against individuals.
What is the FINRA contact system?
Overview. FCS facilitates member firm reporting of key contacts to FINRA, which is a requirement of FINRA rules and By-Laws. Designated firm contacts are used to facilitate voting in FINRA elections, compliance with various rules and By-Laws, and to improve FINRA’s communication with our member firms.
How can I contact FINRA?
Have a Question? Investors can submit questions to FINRA Investor Education. Firms and registered representatives should contact their FINRA Risk Monitoring Analyst or the FINRA Call Center: (301) 590-6500.
How do I find my FINRA number?
Investment Adviser Visit FINRA BrokerCheck or call FINRA at (800) 289-9999. Or, visit the SEC’s Investment Adviser Public Disclosure (IAPD) website. Also, contact your state securities regulator.
What is online banking payment to CRD?
E-Bill is an online application that enables a firm to authorize electronic payment directly from its designated bank account to the firm’s FINRA Flex-Funding Account.
Is classic CRD moving to FINRA gateway?
CRD is Moving to FINRA Gateway This page will serve as an at-a-glance resource to help broker-dealer firm users track the development of CRD program-related functionality in FINRA Gateway. Information will be provided about retiring Classic CRD features and FINRA Gateway enhancements as it becomes available. Registration Filing in FINRA Gateway
What is the web CRD form BD timeliness report?
Web CRD Form BD Timeliness Report Card The Web CRD Form BD Timeliness Report Card is a monthly analysis of FINRA firms’ ability to meet certain filing obligations. In accordance with FINRA rules, firms are required to submit information related to applicant member and/or affiliate(s).
What is the web CRD late filing fee report?
The Web CRD Late Filing Fee Report is a monthly analysis of FINRA firms’ ability to meet certain filing obligations. In accordance with FINRA rules, firms are required to submit information related to registered representatives. This report displays a firm’s performance in submitting certain U4 and U5 filings in the required time frame. FAQ
Where can I find information about the FINRA entitlement program?
These secure systems are for entitled users only. For further information and instructions, visit the FINRA Entitlement Program page or call the Gateway Call Center at (301) 869-6699. For classic CRD’s hours of operation and a list of planned outages, please see the CRD Availability Schedule.