Very likely it will.
Although it is a non-criminal disposition, you should disclose it in an application like this.
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It is not supposed to. It is supposed to seal.
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I handle FINRA matters regularly. My best guess is that it will show up, albeit it will show up as sealed and dismissed for failure to prosecute. You may need an attorney to jockey your registration papers through FINRA and with your new firm. Just make sure you've answered "yes" to everything that you should answer "yes" to, as the omission or lie is worse than the actual event in many cases.
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