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Christine Kieffer

Senior Director,

FINRA Investor Education Foundation

  • Directs Research on Investor Protection Issues
  • Develops Fraud Prevention Trainings & Tools
  • Serves on NAPSA’s Financial Exploitation Advisory Board

About Christine

Christine Kieffer is senior director of the FINRA Foundation with 20+ years of investor education experience. She develops tools and programs for law enforcement, advocates, and consumers to advance investor protection and fraud prevention initiatives. Ms. Kieffer also directs the FINRA Foundation's research into the prevalence, mechanics, and consequences of financial fraud. She holds a Bachelor of science from Vanderbilt University with double majors in economics and mathematics.

Christine's Articles

Sponsored Content - While tactics may have changed, “boiler room” operations are still used to pitch dubious investment schemes, says Christine Kieffer of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Sponsored Content - Cybercriminals may lurk in the background, devising plans to steal personal financial information, but you can play an important role in safeguarding your information, says Christine Kieffer of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.
Sponsored Content - FINRA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to investor protection and market integrity. Under the oversight of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA regulates one critical part of the securities industry—brokerage firms doing business with the public in the US. 
Sponsored Content - FINRA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to investor protection and market integrity. Under the oversight of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA regulates one critical part of the securities industry—brokerage firms doing business with the public in the US.

Christine's Videos

What questions should you ask about investment products and professionals? What are the red flags of fraud? And where can you turn if you have a problem? Join us for a discussion of emerging investment trends, strategies for spotting and avoiding fraud, and tools offered by financial regulators to help you become a smarter, more informed investor.
What questions should you ask about investment products and professionals? What are the red flags of fraud? And where can you turn if you have a problem? Join us for a discussion of emerging investment trends, strategies for spotting and avoiding fraud, and tools offered by financial regulators to help you become a smarter, more informed investor.

There's no denying that securities markets today look different than they did decades ago-or even just a dozen years ago. Join the FINRA Foundation for a discussion of emerging trends, tips for keeping track of your investments, strategies for spotting and avoiding fraud, and tools offered by financial regulators to help you become a smarter, more informed investor.


There's no denying that securities markets today look different than they did decades ago-or even just a dozen years ago. Join the FINRA Foundation for a discussion of emerging trends, tips for keeping track of your investments, strategies for spotting and avoiding fraud, and tools offered by financial regulators to help you become a smarter, more informed investor.