Registered Representative Law and Legal Definition
Registered representative is an individual who is licensed to sell securities and has the legal power of an agent. S/he is a full-time employee of a stock exchange's member firm who has met licensing requirements based on successful completion of an examination administered by the National Association of Securities Dealers.
A registered representative is also called general securities representative, customer's broker, stock broker, or account executive.
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- Accredited Representative
- Agent or Representative [Education]
- Authorized Representative [Hearing]
- Authorized Representative [Wildlife and Fisheries]
- Corporations Registered Agents
- Court Representative (Guardianship)
- Domestic Representative (Trademark)
- Employee of the House of Representatives
- Exclusive Bargaining Representative
- Foreign Information Media Representative