Announces New Product Offering for Hiring Managers and Recruiters

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This new offering will deliver increased services and specific industry recruiting resources available for financial services hiring managers and recruiters., the premiere online employment site for securities professionals, today has announced an expansion upon its current product offering by providing its hiring firms/recruiters access to the largest, most detailed, and up to date database of Securities Industry employees available; with access to over 440,000 potential records. Jeff Testerman, Vice President says, “We are very pleased to now offer our clients direct marketing list services. This offers recruiters, hiring managers, and HR professionals total recruiting solutions when used in conjunction with the other traditional online BrokerHunter products, like job postings and resume database search. This provides our clients a multi-faceted approach to reach qualified candidates.”

Employers can select by:


Radius in miles around branch office or

Location, or

Zip Code or

City or

County or


Exams - Flexible Selection of Registrations Held

For example, select only Series 7 registered individuals or Series 6 and 63

Exclude Firms-users can exclude up to 5 firms

The leads provide multiple means to identify quality candidates and to make direct contact with them. Most of the records contain all of the following fields of information:

Candidate Name


Firm Name

Home Address

Work Address

Home Phone

Work Phone

E-Mail Address

Distance to Current Office

Distance of Home from your Branch

Date Began as a Broker

Date Hired by Current Firm

License Held - Including Insurance*

CRD Number

Est. Broker Production Rankings by County/State

About, ( launched in May of 2000, is the leading Securities Industry niche job website in the Nation with over 40,000 candidates and 2,000+ job postings from hundreds of branches and firms. BrokerHunter has offices located in suburban Atlanta, GA.

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