The person who deals with customers and their orders in commission house offices.
The broker or clerk that is assigned to work with a customer and his/her account on behalf of a financial institution.
In most advertising agencies, the primary contact between an agency and the client. AEs typically work with clients to determine the agency's role on each project, defining and communicating those needs to the agency staff. AEs manage client projects, review and approve creative work and monitor budgets.
same as registered representative
A salesperson employed by a stock exchange member broker/dealer, also known as a registered representative. An individual must have a background in the securities business, pass a series of tests and be registered by the securities commission in the province in which he or she works in order to qualify as a registered representative. The account executive gives advice on buying and selling securities, collecting a percentage of any commission income generated as compensation.
The agency employee responsible for a client's marketing and administrative efforts. At Motto Advertising, account executives deal directly with the client, vendors and the media. Our AE's are all highly experienced and have more autonomy than at most other agencies.
The agent of a commission house who serves customers/traders by entering their commodity futures and options orders, reporting trade executions, advising on trading strategies, etc.
someone in charge of a client's account for an advertising agency or brokerage or other service business
LinkShare Account Executives assist merchants who choose the Account Executives Services option in the implementation, management, and optimization of their affiliate programs.
A person in an advertising agency who serves as the principal contact with a client(s), coordinating the work of agency staff members assigned to that account.
Is the party who acts as an agent for his customer. The broker receives a commission as compensation. This person may also participate in spreads or other fees which generate revenue for the firm. This person is also known as an Associated Person (AP), Investment Executive (IE), Registered Representative (RR), Registered Customer Support Person or Securities Salesman. Brokers are required to be licensed according to product lines and states when required.
A representative of a lending institution who represents the borrower to the lending institution to help him/her secure a loan.
The advertising agency employee who is responsible for maintaining the relationship between the agency and the client. Contributed by: MarcommWise Staff
The brokerage firm employee who handles stock orders for clients. ...
An employee of an advertising agency who is responsible for moving information between the advertiser and the agency as well as making sure that all agency activities related to the client take place as planned.
This is just a fancier way of saying "stockbroker". An account executive takes an order from you to buy certain investments and charges you a fee in return. Not just anyone can be an account executive or stockbroker, there are tests ands other requirements involved in order to protect investors.However, even with these safety nets, there are still plenty of shady account executives and stock brokers. Ask for qualifications and records of discipline. Get to know an your account exec before handing over any money.
another name for a stockbroker.
An employee of an insurance broker who maintains contact with clients and oversees the handling of their insurances.
another term for a stockbroker
An employee of a brokerage firm who must pass specified tests and must be registered with the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) before he or she may solicit or accept orders from clients. An account executive working for a full service brokerage firm generally provide their clients with advice, placement of orders and has the legal powers of an agent. In a discount brokerage firm, an account executive generally provides the client with customer service and handles the purchase and sale of securities on an unsolicited basis. Because account executives at discount brokerage firms usually do not provide advice for their clients, the commissions charged for the purchase and sale of securities are customarily much lower. See: Broker; NASD; Registered Representative
A title used by some brokerage firms in reference to their stockbrokers.