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Apr 23, 2006 11:49 am

taking all suggestions......i left the bank channel because of internal politics reasons that worked adversely to my favor and i went to an insurance co. that WANTS to be considered as a financial services company, but they are DREAMING.....i am looking to get back into the full service brokerage channel but have really only worked in the bank channel. I have heard from ML and M/S and was referred between friends to check out Lincoln Financial. I have never worked in a wire house and not opposed to the idea, but i am wondering probably where is the best place for someone to go who is looking to start up a book because i couldn't bring over my clients from my previous bank because of the non-compete clause they made everyone sign. In essence, i am starting back over. Your suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks..

Apr 23, 2006 4:34 pm
bjack73:

taking all suggestions......i left the bank channel because of internal politics reasons that worked adversely to my favor and i went to an insurance co. that WANTS to be considered as a financial services company, but they are DREAMING.....i am looking to get back into the full service brokerage channel but have really only worked in the bank channel. I have heard from ML and M/S and was referred between friends to check out Lincoln Financial. I have never worked in a wire house and not opposed to the idea, but i am wondering probably where is the best place for someone to go who is looking to start up a book because i couldn't bring over my clients from my previous bank because of the non-compete clause they made everyone sign. In essence, i am starting back over. Your suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks..



I have a suggestion...tell us the truth. You got fired. Noone in this business leaves on their own volition without somewhere to go.

Apr 23, 2006 4:47 pm

Wow!!! ladies and gentlemen, we actually have someone who at some point in time took a NASD test WITHOUT knowing how to read..People like you marvel me in how you get through life. I wrote that i went to an insurance company that pretends to deal with financial services. That said, i would really like an intelligent opinion or a suggestion. Whoever let their 10yr old come on here and make comments, please password protect your computer so idiotic comments are held to a minimum...

Apr 24, 2006 10:39 am

LFG is going through major issues because of the merger with Jefferson Pilot.  Many unhappy people and they are getting hit with too many expenses.

Apr 24, 2006 12:43 pm

Wow!!! ladies and gentlemen, we actually have someone who at some point in time took a NASD test WITHOUT knowing how to read..



That is a funny comment..

Apr 24, 2006 1:02 pm
bjack73:

Wow!!! ladies and gentlemen, we actually have someone who at some point in time took a NASD test WITHOUT knowing how to read..People like you marvel me in how you get through life. I wrote that i went to an insurance company that pretends to deal with financial services. That said, i would really like an intelligent opinion or a suggestion. Whoever let their 10yr old come on here and make comments, please password protect your computer so idiotic comments are held to a minimum...



I thought you made it pretty clear.

If you are already licensed and have some experience, but a good explanation as to why you have no book(i.e. work on polishing that up for interviews) you will likely be a very attractive candidate to many wirehouse branch managers....at least you've proven you can pass the test and have some experience in production...