FINRA has postponed finalizing its Proposed Rule requiring disclosure of enhanced compensation relating to recruitment of investment advisors, which had been scheduled for discussion on July 11, 2013.16 The Proposed Rule seeks to inform customers about investment advisors’ conflicts of interest when the advisors receive compensation in connection with their recruitment to new member firms.17 According to FINRA spokesperson Nancy Condon, FINRA postponed consideration of the Proposed Rule due to scheduling issues.18 Given FINRA’s recent focus on conflicts of interest in the financial services industry, it appears likely that the regulator will eventually consider the Proposed Rule, perhaps with some revisions.19