The NASD guidelines that govern the meetings and incentive practices of 5,000 financial services companies are notoriously vague — and they may not be getting any clearer.

NASD CEO and Chairman Mary Schapiro told attendees at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association conference in Phoenix recently that in order to maintain their effectiveness, regulators such as NASD, which oversees 5,000 financial services companies, “must lose the blinders of one-size-fits-all rule-m

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