April 2022

Simplicity News

ADCs: Please find the Referral form for Wealth Advisors


Upcoming Events

Next 30 Days

April 12

Life Premier Carrier Webinar with North American
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April 15

Offices Closed for Good Friday

April 20-21

On The Road in Miami, FL


April 21

Recruiting Webinar


April 26

Recruiting Webinar
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April 28

BD Wholesaler Training in Austin, TX

*internal by invitation only

April 29

ADC Summit in Austin, TX

*internal by invitation only

Next 60 Days


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May 4-6

Recruiting Event


May 12-13


May 18-19

On The Road in La Jolla, CA


May 30

Offices Closed for Memorial Day

Social Media

If you would like a Simplicity-branded banner for your personal LinkedIn, please reach out to Denielle Webb.

IT Center

The Threat Hunting Service in WatchGuard EDR delivers insights directly from our team of cybersecurity experts to help our customers reduce the time it takes to detect and respond to the latest attacks. Our analysts study suspicious activity and investigate the indicators of the attack and the ways cyber-criminals find evasion and compromise techniques, and then create new rules that can be delivered to endpoints to rapidly protect them against new attacks. Our hunters also proactively search for patterns of anomalous behavior not previously identified on the network, and provide recommendations on how to mitigate an ongoing attack and reduce the attack service of potential future attacks.

The Zero Trust Application Service that comes with WatchGuard EDR classifies processes as either malware or as trusted. This enables continuous endpoint monitoring, detection and classification of all activity to reveal and block anomalous behaviors of users, machines, and processes.

Questions, Comments, or Concerns.

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Inside Simplicity Ext 1000
Outside Simplicity 201-987-4454


Maintaining FINRA Registrations – New Program

FINRA has established a program for eligible individuals who terminate any of their representative or principal registrations. These people now have the option of maintaining their qualifications by completing annual continuing education (CE) (Note:  for certain terminated registrations only). The rule change provides a maximum of five years in which to re-register with a member firm without having to take an exam or obtain an exam waiver.   The rule change does not eliminate the two-year qualification termination period. Rather, it provides participants an alternative means of staying current on their regulatory and securities knowledge for up to five years following the termination of their registration(s).