NASD

The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) was the original non-profit regulatory agency of brokers and dealers created for the compliance with the Maloney Act of 1938, which was an amendment to the Securities Act of 1934. In 2007, it was merged with NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) and became what is now known as the Financial Industry Regulation Authority or FINRA.

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