Supervisory analyst

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Supervisory analyst

An analyst who is qualified to approve publicly distributed research reports on the NYSE.

Supervisory Analyst

An analyst for a member firm on the New York Stock Exchange who is qualified to approve of research and other reports in order to make them available to the public quickly. To become a supervisor analyst, one must pass a Series 16 exam, which measures one's knowledge of research standards for the NYSE.
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The team of more than 65 includes over 35 analysts supported by a department of supervisory analysts, editors and assistants.
The team of more than 95 includes over 60 analysts supported by a department of supervisory analysts, editors and assistants.
The team of more than 50 includes over 30 analysts supported by a department of supervisory analysts, editors and assistants.
The team of 90 includes over 55 analysts supported by a department of supervisory analysts, editors and assistants.
Research Analysts: Further separates an analyst's compensation from investment banking influence by requiring Committee review and approval of research analysts' compensation; prohibits the Committee from considering a research analyst's contribution to the firm's overall investment banking business; requires the basis for compensation to be documented and certified by an annual attestation to the Exchange; prohibits research analysts from participating in solicitation or "pitch" meetings with prospective investment- banking clients; amends the definition of research analyst to include research directors and supervisory analysts or others who supervise, influence or control the preparation of research reports and establishment or change in ratings or price targets.
The team of more than 75 includes over 40 analysts supported by a department of supervisory analysts, editors and assistants.
The Financial Publishing Research Suite also includes the Blitz Compliance System -- a publishing support system that aids compliance officers and supervisory analysts in ensuring that financial research documents fully comply with SEC regulations -- and the Blitz Help Desk, which provides visible on-site or dedicated off-site end-user support of Blitz products and common office productivity applications.
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