NASD Reg Wants Year 2000 Compliance
Traders Magazine, January 1998
NASD Regulation has come down firmly on member firms on Year 2000 compliance. The regulatory subsidiary of the National Association of Securities Dealers has demanded that members report on their progress in making their computer systems compliant.
Mary Shapiro, president of NASD Regulation, said in a prepared statement that it is essential that broker dealers' computer systems continue to operate successfully after Dec. 31, 1999.
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