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Cambridge announced promotions

Apr 15, 2013

Cambridge announces promotions

 

Cambridge Investment Research Inc. has announced the promotions made during March at its headquarters in Fairfield.

Seth Miller has been promoted to first vice president of risk management and general counsel. He holds FINRA Series 7, 24, and 66 licenses.

Jim Freese has been promoted to assistant vice president of business development. He holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 63, and 66 licenses.

Jennith Kirkbride has been promoted to supervisor of direct account services. Kirkbride holds FINRA Series 7, 24, and 53 licenses.

Sarah Hoffman has been promoted to team lead, direct account services.

Kara Waugh has been promoted to associate director, education and events. She holds a FINRA Series 7 license.

Trevor Richards has been promoted to team lead, Knowledge Center. He holds a FINRA Series 7 license.

Annie Messer has been promoted to senior analyst, wealth strategies. Messer holds the FINRA Series 24 and 66 licenses.

Filipe Navesse has been promoted to team lead, NFS Inbound Team, partner support.

Savannah Ledger has been promoted to senior partner support representative.

Amy Hoskins has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Jennifer Stockwell has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Jennifer Crees has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Debra Barnett has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Marcy Peck has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Kristina Ryder has been promoted to senior coordinator, operations.

Amy Thompson has been promoted to training consultant, operations.

Tish Oliver has been promoted to training consultant, operations.

 

Cambridge employees pass FINRA exams

 

Several employees at Cambridge Investment Research’s headquarters in Fairfield have passed licensing exams.

Stephen McLean passed his licensing exam for the FINRA Series 24 and was promoted to a registered principal of direct account services.

Heath Granneman passed his licensing exam for the FINRA Series 24 and was promoted to a registered principal of direct account services.

Mayree Workman passed her licensing exam for the FINRA Series 7.

The Series 7, General Securities Registered Representative, exam is considered to be one of the more comprehensive and lengthy exams administered by FINRA, mainly because it is required of anyone who intends to become a licensed stock broker. Although most Cambridge associates are not registered representatives, the wealth of industry knowledge gained from preparing for this exam is invaluable and enables them to better understand the unique issues related to serving Cambridge advisors.

The Series 24, General Securities Principal, exam covers topics such as supervision of investment banking, trading, customer accounts, and the primary/secondary markets. Principals are qualified to supervise or manage certain activities and approve sales and advertising literature.

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