Series 9/10

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DEFINITION of 'Series 9/10'

A securities license entitling the holder to supervise branch activities. Before taking the Series 9/10 exam, you must have your Series 7 license.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Series 9/10'

Covering topics such as the supervision of option, municipal, and government securities sales, and the primary/secondary markets, the Series 9/10 exam is administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

It was formerly known as the Series 8 exam.

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