Series 79 Training
If you are looking to enhance your career in the financial services industry, then you probably are wondering how to pass the Series 79 exam. How much you need to study for it, what material is covered in the Series 79 exam, and what are some tips that will increase your chances of passing the Series 79 exam on your first try?
The Series 79 license is known formally as the Limited Representative - Investment Banking license and it qualifies an individual to advise on or facilitate debt or equity offerings through a private placement or public offering or to advise or facilitate mergers or acquisitions, tender offers, financial restructurings, asset sales, divestitures or other corporate reorganizations or business combination transactions.
Bank Training Center provides insightful Series 79 exam preparation courses - such as Series 79 self-study packages to help you earn your Series 79 license.
About Your Series 79 Exam
- Series 79 exam preparation is generally offered in a self-study, interactive format. Be sure the package you select includes Series 79 practice exams!
- Average preparation time for series 79 exam is 40-60 hours
- Candidates are required to have a sponsor to be eligible to sit for the exam.
- Exams for your Series 79 license can be scheduled at any Prometric test center nationwide
Recommended Courses & Available Training Options
To find training for earning your Series 79 license, including Series 79 exam preparation or Series 79 practice exams, simply click on any of the recommended courses below, or search under "Licensing" in the search box thereafter for "Series 79".
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