March 05, 2020 | News
The successful women in U.S. financial history profiled here weren’t thinking of making a mark for posterity. They were just doing the best they could. For their family, their community and themselves. But in doing so, they changed history and left their stories behind for inspiration.
Abigail Adams, 1744-1818
Abigail Adams was just looking out for her family.Read More
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 with 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...Read More
Michael Belluomini has been promoted to first vice president of Branch Office Development. Since joining Securities America in 2005, Belluomini has devoted 15 years to assisting financial professionals. He’s held multiple roles, including associate vice president of Relationship Management & Branch Sales and senior regional director of Securities America’s Southwest Region.
As first vice president, Belluomini will continue his recruiting efforts for the firm. “I take great pride in helping successful financial professionals find a new broker-dealer partner in Securities America,” he said. Over his tenure, he’s recruited a total of $69.6 million GDC.Read More