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Mar 14, 2006 12:34 am

Does anybody have any ideas regarding this? I will lose my series 7 license this May unless I find a solution for this. I am currently employed in the phone bank(Personal Banker) side with my company. The phone bank can not hold my license and the investment side of my company is not willing to sign for anybody not employed under the investment heading. I hope to become employed with the same company in the investment department within 8-10 months but this will be after May which is when my 2 year period to move my license is up. Thanks for any help or ideas.

Mar 14, 2006 9:27 am

Why would you or why would they want to hire you to work there... if they are not willing to help you out in the interm... hmmmm just a thought... maybe you should move on man!

Mar 14, 2006 3:21 pm

The other side of this question is why make such a big deal out of it.  All it means is you have to take the exams again.


If you passed them once can't you pass them gain?

Mar 14, 2006 5:22 pm

Noone wants to take the exams again, get real.


You are marketable.  If you can get a better job, move.  If not, you have to take what you get.

Mar 14, 2006 9:21 pm
maybeeeeeeee:

Noone wants to take the exams again, get real.


You are marketable.  If you can get a better job, move.  If not, you have to take what you get.



The street has hundreds of women who stepped onto the "Mommy track" for a number of years and then came back to the business.


They pass the exams with a little effort.


Taking the tests again is no big deal unless you're stupid.