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Member since August 30, 2013


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    Vous vérifierais entrepreneurs avant de choisir de travailler sur votre maison, alors pourquoi pas votre conseiller financier ? Le ministère des Institutions financières de Kentucky incite juste que : vérifier la licence et/ou l'inscription d'un courtier ou conseiller, ainsi que des produits d'investissement avant d'acheter. Le ministère a envoyé un communiqué de presse après l'inculpation de quatre personnes par un jury du comté de Fayette. L'acte d'accusation a pour valeurs mobilières frauduleuses et les activités des vendeurs non enregistrés pour les entreprises appelés Amérique se retirent et QS Holdings Inc., selon le communiqué. Ceux qui ont été victimes de la fraude alléguée aurait pu éviter la question si ils avaient vérifié les antécédents des agents et des individus, selon le communiqué.Et il y a un moyen relativement simple de le faire. Courtier et de conseiller licences et enregistrements peuvent être vérifiés en ligne grâce à l'outil de la Financial Industry Regulatory Authority BrokerCheck. BrokerCheck permet aux investisseurs — sans frais, à la recherche de maisons de courtage et les courtiers actuellement ou anciennement enregistrées avec la Financial Industry Regulatory Authority ou un ressortissant échangent des valeurs mobilières, ainsi que les investissements actuels ou anciens conseiller entreprises et de représentants. Les informations fournies par BrokerCheck sont extraites de la dépositaire Central d'enregistrement, l'enregistrement en ligne de l'indus...

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    Spaniards Fleeing Jobless Scourge Seek Jobs in Morocco

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    Barcelona-born architect Jean-Pierre Monguard Estragues says it’s much easier to find clients and projects in Marrakesh than back home in Spain.

    “The money isn’t the best pay I’ve ever had but it allows me to live and send some home,” says Monguard, 40, whose friends paid for his flight to Morocco nearly two years ago as he drowned in bills after losing his job. “Experience and know-how are much more appreciated here than they are in Spain.”

    Spain’s population fell last year for the first time in at least four decades as more than a quarter of the workforce found themselves without a job. That highlights the turnaround in fortune for a nation that saw hiring surge during its economic boom. In the five years through 2007, Spain accounted for almost half the jobs created across the entire euro area.

    Monguard describes the migration as an “economic, intellectual and cultural catastrophe” that’s driving out the country’s best educated generation. Before Morocco, he went to the Spanish island of Tenerife to start a small architectural practice, though that failed when his clients cut their budgets. That’s when a friend contacted him about work in the North African country; he now has half a dozen projects and is thinking of starting his own firm.

    Unemployment Legacy

    While Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says Spain is starting to recover from the crisis and the deepest austerity in its demo...