Washington (Aug. 29, 2003) -- The National Association of Securities Dealers has proposed to increase supervision of brokers who have a high number of client complaints.

The new mandates by the self-regulator would specifically target securities brokers who have faced three or more complaints, three or more regulatory actions, or at least two internal reviews over a five-year period.

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