Hello fellow chimps! i'm quite new here and need some guidance.
i currently/66 in southern california and . ive only been here a few months but i had never planned to stay long.
today i interviewed at a private investment firm and the job looks extremely promising, but the owner is making me do some research before he commits.
here is the situation
the scenario: the owner is in the process of acquiring 3-5 private companies within the next months (revenues around 10 mil for each of them), once acquired, he wants to take the parent company public. the parent firm is notor the SEC as a brokerage firm, and they use their own capital for their business acquisitions (most of their profits have come from commercial real estate,but they are expanding to acquisitions of other companies)
if i was hired, what would i be able to offer with my Series 7? i know i would need a principal license like the series 24, but is there a more specific license i would need? (for example, the series 24 does not make me an options principal, could that be necessary?)
the owner plans to go public this year, and once public would acquire more companies through stock purchases and buyouts. he would need help overseeing these purchases and managing the subsidiary firms. if i had my series 24 with my 7, and had the owner register his , could this be beneficial?
bottom line: the owner will hire me if i can show that i can add value with my Series 7 to his firm, i just need help explaining how it will do that. =]
thank you all!!!
(and i am sorry if this is in the wrong forum, i didn't think it belonged in i-banking or )