Supervisory analyst

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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During his career on the sell-side, he held various positions within research departments as investment analyst, supervisory analyst, member of the investment policy committee and head of research.
Caio Peixoto, Supervisory Analyst - Information Management, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System thinks that “the main challenge is not so much the technology, but the business side of it - guiding the customer to pin down the problem, identifying what questions need to be answered, and/or what is of interest to them.
Phillip Knauss joined NAVSUP as a supervisory analyst following 25 years of naval service.
Jandora (a supervisory analyst with US Army Special Operations Command) argues that the "crisis of the Islamic world" stems from the failure to construct and adopt civic values compatible with the words and institutions of modernity that have been adopted or imposed, mainly because the associated values are of the West and not indigenous to Islam itself.
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Prior, she was at Merriman Capital for nine years working as a Supervisory Analyst and formerly in Sales Trading, making markets in OTCBB and Pink Sheet stocks.
Dobi has more than 20 years experience as a Director of Research, Supervisory Analyst and award-winning equity analyst covering the homebuilding, building materials, home furnishings, engineering and construction sectors.
Stillman previously held the position of Director of Research as an approved Supervisory Analyst by the New York Stock Exchange and earned an M.
Crook most recently served as Supervisory Analyst for NYSE-member firm Moors & Cabot.
Howard Stillman, a former director of research for two NYSE member firms, is also approved as a supervisory analyst by the NYSE.
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