Mr. Chad Curtis has 23 years of professional experience as a Wall Street veteran and entrepreneur. He likes to help grow companies and to teach them the in’s and out’s of the stock market (Wall Street) that he’s mastered after 2+ decades. Mr. Curtis started as a stock broker back in 1997 and retired in 2006 after managing and having his own OSJ with a few small and/or larger investment banking firms. He’s been involved in many fashions of the stock market industry over the past 23 years. This includes money managing, stock trading, investing, helping companies Go-Public, IPO’s, secondary’s, reverse mergers, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, risk management, venture capital, funding, advertising, marketing, branding and much more.
Mr. Curtis really started studying and focusing hard on the stock market as well as trading and investing back in 1997 when he became a stock broker and received his Series 7 (general industry/ product exam-general securities representative examination) as well as his Series 63 (state securities law exam-uniform securities agent state law examination). From there he went on to get his Series 24 (principal/ supervisory exam-general securities principal examination) in year 2000 which allowed him to open and manage his own OSJ (office) with a larger investment banking firm named First Union Securities.
First Union offered a wide selection of financial and investment products to its customers. Founded in 1908 as Union National Bank, First Union was the sixth-largest banking company in the United States as of December 31, 2000. It held assets totaling more than $254 billion, with banking operations in 11 East Coast states and Washington, D.C., and brokerage operations in 47 states nationwide. First Union’s stock was listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol FTU.
First Union Merges. On September 1, 2001, First Union and Wachovia merged to create the leading retail bank presence on the east coast and the fifth-largest full-service retail broker-dealer in the United States. The new company was named Wachovia Corporation. As of December 31, 2001, it held assets totaling $330 billion and stockholders’ equity totaling $28 billion. In 2008, Wells Fargo & Company acquired Wachovia Corporation, including First Union. You can read the information above in regards to First Union and Wachovia on the Wells Fargo website here.
Mr. Curtis is a highly seasoned professional with over 2 decades of financial and operational experience. Because of his well rounded background in the banking industry and capital markets, he has developed key skills and deep connections to assist in rapidly growing companies. He is entrepreneurial in style and has help fund, build, operate and successfully exited many companies over the years. Long story short, he knows what it takes to WIN!
As a Wall Street veteran and entrepreneur for 23 years, Mr. Curtis’s goal and mission is to help companies achieve the growth and success they deserve. He knows what it takes to WIN! He has worked with, and grown, many companies and brands worldwide over the years.
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