Emily Ridenhour, Client Service Manager for the Armstrong Wealth Management Group, successfully passed her Series 7 and 66 Securities Exam. Armstrong Wealth remains committed to continuing education and accreditation. Emily joins four other associates in holding the Series 7 Securities Registrations held with LPL Financial.
The General Securities Representative Exam, commonly referred to as the Series 7 Exam, is a required exam to become a Registered Representative or Registered Representative Assistant of a broker-dealer in the United States. The exam is maintained and administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), which covers a broad range of investments including stocks, bonds, options, limited partnerships, and investment company products (e.g., open- and closed-end funds). The Series 66 exam — the NASAA Uniform Combined State Law Examination — is a North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) exam administered by FINRA.
Emily joined the Armstrong Wealth team in 2011. She assists in servicing client’s non-investment related needs, which includes handling client accounts and customer service, as well as office administration. Her positive attitude, professionalism, and organizational skills are essential for keeping the firm’s top-notch customer service.
She graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and a minor in Finance. She is a Registered Paraplanner℠ (RP®) designee.
“I couldn’t be prouder of Emily’s hard work. This registration will advance our service to another level, benefiting our firm and our clients. Our firm wouldn’t be where we are today without a team of outstanding, hardworking professionals like Emily.” said firm President, Regi Armstrong.