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broker

Drug slang
A regional term for a go-between in a drug deal.
 
Health insurance
A person licensed by the state who places business with several insurers; the broker, while paid a commission by the insurer, represents the buyer rather than the insurer.
 
Vox populi
Any person who acts as a go-between between an offerer or buyer and seller of goods or services.
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The Webcast features modules on why selling qualified plans will help a registered representative to grow their business and how Nationwide's qualified plan options have been expanded to provide wider choice, and features a sneak preview of Nationwide Financial offerings coming next year.
Brian is the newest Sunpoint registered representative in the New York area.
UPS, founded in 1988 and based in Carlsbad, California, has more than 150 independent registered representatives who provide a broad range of quality financial planning services.
Founded in 1999, NEXT Financial is owned and controlled by it's nearly 750 affiliated registered representatives, located nationwide.
Lewis noted that both the favorable arbitration outcome and the continued increase in registered representatives should add to the positive momentum Sunpoint has experienced so far in 1998.
Because of outstanding customer service and superior home-office support, NEXT registered representatives voted NEXT Financial Group as the Broker/Dealer of the Year, giving the company this recognition by Investment Advisor Magazine an unprecedented 5 years in a row since 2001.
is a full service, independent broker-dealer registered with FINRA and an SEC Registered Investment Advisor with more than $31 billion in customer assets and over 5,000 Registered Representatives.
The FINRA Rule that governs registered representatives outside business activities is Rule 3030.
announced that Kevin McDermott and David Layo, both registered representatives affiliated with broker-dealer and Registered Investment Adviser CUSO Financial Services LP achieved gold and bronze pacesetter status in 2009.
Deductibles start at $25,000 for broker-dealers and $5,000 for registered representatives.
Some work only with CPAs who have already registered as investment advisers (R/As), while others don't have this requirement or will help practitioners become R/As so they can offer financial planning for a fee or become registered representatives of the broker-dealer.
Responding to Demands of Registered Representatives Seeking Independence and Convenience

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