Scott Briganti Promoted to First Vice President Branch Office Development
Securities America has promoted Scott Briganti to first vice president of Branch Office Development.
Briganti is an Omaha native and studied at Omaha Central High School and the University of Nebraska-Omaha. He joined Securities America in September 1999 and recently celebrated 20 years with the firm.
Briganti started with Securities America as a call center specialist with very little knowledge of the broker-dealer industry but with a passion to learn the business and provide the best possible service to the firm’s independent advisors and their growing practices.
Briganti moved into Securities America’s recruiting team in 2000 as an associate consultant and was soon fluent in all aspects of the sales and onboarding process for new advisors. In 2006, he was promoted and given his first official state territory of Colorado. He soon became regional director of recruiting for the Midwest region and held that position until 2010. Briganti was promoted to senior regional director of recruiting for the Midwest in 2010, a position he maintained until his recent promotion.
“Securities America presents a truly independent platform for growth,” he said. Briganti’s lifetime recruited GDC at Securities America in all roles is $100 million.
“I look forward to helping many more advisors find a home with Securities America as they look to start, grow or sell their practices.”
As first vice president, Briganti will continue to lead Midwest recruiting efforts for Securities America. His territory includes Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Briganti and Securities America partner with some of the firm’s largest and most successful offices. Their mutual goal is to expand the advisor footprint and achieve even higher levels of success through growth. He also enjoys mentoring new team members and helping the overall firm’s recruiting efforts.
“Securities America has been an amazing place to build a career and I have been blessed to be a part of the fabric of this organization,” he said.
“I want to thank everyone who’s helped me along the way and those who continue to support me today. This is true teamwork – I couldn’t do it alone.”