What is FINRA Rule 2210?

FINRA Rule 2210, titled "Communications with the Public," defines and regulates how member firms and their associated persons can communicate with the public about securities and investments. It aims to ensure that these communications are fair, balanced, and not misleading to investors.

Here are the key points about FINRA Rule 2210:

Types of Communications: The rule classifies communications into three categories:

Content Standards: The rule sets principles-based content standards for all communications, regardless of the category:

Prohibited Communication: The rule prohibits specific tactics within communications:

Additional Requirements: