FrontLine’s Founder and President Amy Lynch returned to CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” for a live interview on the regulatory risks hovering around Robinhood ahead of its IPO. Interviewed by the show’s hosts during their full day of coverage on the IPO, Ms. Lynch provides expert insights about the extensive regulatory issues facing Robinhood. She reviews the company’s “spider web” of regulatory cases and litigation while commending the company’s thorough disclosures in its IPO prospectus. Ms. Lynch concludes the interview by discussing how the SEC and Chairman Gensler are challenged to investigate the meme stock trading events involving Robinhood earlier this year, and what the regulatory impact on payment for order flow may look like for both the company and across the industry.
View the interview, CNBC’s Squawk on the Street, “FrontLine Compliance’s Amy Lynch on the regulatory risks facing Robinhood”