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I am pleased to announce that Tamra Enriquez will be joining the SCF team as Vice President, Trading & Operations.
Tamra comes to SCF from Sacramento, California, where she managed BAR Financial, a Super-OSJ with Cetera Advisor Networks. As branch manager, Tamra supervised 60 financial advisors throughout the Sacramento region, supervising new business submissions, trading activity, compliance processes, and daily operations of the large branch.
Prior to her role with BAR Financial, Tamra spent nearly a decade with Wells Fargo Advisors and E-Trade Financial Corporation, respectively, in both operational and client-facing positions.
In her new role, Tamra will be closely engaged in leading the team responsible for the firm’s trading operations, managing the firm’s new business, account service, and trading workflows, and ultimately enhancing the consistency of your experience as an SCF advisor.
She will be responsible for working with our compliance staff to streamline policies that directly impact your daily interaction with our firm, collaborating with our technology team to streamline your engagement with our operating systems, and partnering with our clearing firm and custodians to enhance the quality of service available to you and your clients.
The approach Tamra has taken in her prior positions aligns with our firm’s commitment to uphold the diamond standard experience we strive to deliver to you as an advisor, and to bring common sense into decisions that directly impact your daily interaction with clients.
Tamra holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 53, 63 and 65 licenses.
Please join me in welcoming Tamra to the SCF team.
Randy L. Meadows
President & CEO
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