Registered Account Administrator
Scott serves as a Registered Account Administrator and provides support services to our personal and business clients. He joined the group in March 2018.
Scott graduated from The University of Tulsa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Psychology. He brings a background in banking, mortgage, credit, and loss mitigation to the company, and he holds the FINRA Series 7, Series 63, and Series 99 securities licenses.
Scott currently manages the St. James Scout Reservation located in Buchanan Valley. Scott is also active in the Good Samaritan Lodge in Gettysburg, serving on the scholarship, charity, and hall association committees, and is the Lodge Almoner. When not busy with work, charity, and volunteering in the community, Scott and wife Barbara enjoy traveling, hiking, and camping.
Credentials and Licenses
FINRA Series 63 License
This Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) license is designed to qualify candidates as securities agents. The examination covers the principles of state securities regulation reflected in the Uniform Securities Act (with the amendments adopted by NASAA and rules prohibiting dishonest and unethical business practices). The examination is intended to provide a basis for state securities administrators to determine an applicant’s knowledge and understanding of state law and regulations. To obtain the Series 63 license an individual must receive a passing grade on an extensive 75-minute exam.
FINRA Series 7 License
With this Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) license, the recipient is qualified to become a Registered Representative of a broker-dealer in the United States. The Series 7 license is the most comprehensive of several securities licenses that permit an agent to communicate with retail investors. To obtain the Series 7 license an individual must receive a passing grade on a rigorous 6-hour exam.
FINRA Series 99 License
This Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) license qualifies the individual as an Operations Professional. The 50 question exam assesses the degree to which the candidate possesses the knowledge needed to perform the critical functions of an operations professional, including customer onboarding; financial control; receipt and delivery of securities and funds and accounts transfers; and collection, maintenance, reinvestment and disbursement of funds. FINRA does not endorse any professional due to licensing or registration.
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37 S. 5th Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone (717) 334-0097
Fax (717) 334-9203