Sales Activities - Introduction


There are regulations regarding sales activities of registered persons under the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940 and FINRA (previously known as NASD) Conduct Rules. This section first focuses on the regulation of sales presentations, then FINRA Conduct Rules and, finally, prohibited sales practices. Approximately 21 questions on your exam will focus on the material presented within this chapter.
Sales Presentations and Use of Sales Tools


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