Morning Scan: SEC Pick Seen as Street Friendly; Wooing Banks

Receiving Wide Coverage …

Too friendly?: Jay Clayton, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to run the Securities and Exchange Commission, “is expected to end the streak of aggressive regulators and litigators overseeing the country’s top markets,” the Wall Street Journal reports, describing Clayton in the headline as “a 180” from the outgoing chair Mary Jo White. The nomination of Clayton, a partner at Sullivan & Cromwell who has represented the likes of Goldman Sachs and Barclays, “signals…
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Comment on Training Success Stories by GARY MASARSKY

best story i read in the past year. thank you so much for sharing. i agree 1000% nothing more i can add trainees are not the enemy only middlemen and naysayers.

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I just hope these trainees stay with their mentors after they are certified! I have overseen 5 in my career. Several had fee splits as high as 65% with me supplying MLS, paper/supplies, E & O, cameras, etc. I’m done. I hire data entry clerks.

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Comment on Training Success Stories by Jeff Weeks

we need to have a strong look at lenders and mortgage companies because they do not accept assignments from trainees and this is a problem that needs to be addressed.

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Training Success Stories

I have asked three of my current trainees to share their stories and you’ll find them below. But first, here are the nuts and bolts of training employees.

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Comment on Tips On Marketing Luxury Homes by Eric Lamore

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