Financial Professional Recruiting Service
Wall Street Insight Financial Professional Recruiting Partnership
Wall Street Insight specializes in candidates and clients within the Financial Service sector. Due to our social network we have identified financial professionals worldwide. Our client base includes Financial Institutions with a local, regional and national presence. WSI has built close and successful relationships with some of the most respected institutions and works hard to maintain those relationships.
These institutions include banking, credit unions, bank consulting, consumer finance, mortgage banking, wealth management, insurance and investment.
Wall Street Insight network of candidates and contacts is extensive,
with expertise in Commercial Lending, Commercial Banking, Mortgage Banking, Credit Unions, Private Banking, Senior Management, Regional Management, Business Development and Support. WSI has the ability and drive to find the best and most successful candidates for our clients and partners.
Profitability Enhancement Services
If you are a financial professional holding a S7, S65, license or manage money and you need a new and better organization to align yourself with, Wall Street is spearheading a Financial Professional Match Making initiative designed to aid and assist in paring up professionals with organizations that can greatly enhance their ability to compete in the market place.
Wall Street Insight through their DCS is offering a portfolio of products and services that are second to none in the industry. For those that are not doing well in the market our products and services offer a means to drastically increase performance. For those that are currently doing well in the market our products and services offer time and cost effective methods for continued success.
WSI and its DCS can help you identify the factors that impact your business’s profitability and set a course for greater performance.
Our multidisciplinary teams understand your industry and can bring fresh insights to your business strategies, operations, and procedures. Assembling our teams to meet your specific needs, we analyze your operations to identify possible areas of improvement and make strategic recommendations. We’ll help you implement these recommendations and create tools to assist you in tracking your performance.
A business review also gives you the opportunity to benchmark your performance against the industry and your competitors. Our depth of industry experience ensures that the benchmarks and goals we advise are achievable and align with your long-term business strategies.
Our Profitability Enhancement Services include:
- Strategic business reviews
- Financial performance reviews
- Cash flow management studies
- Risk management and financial scenario modeling
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Business venture assessments
- Capital financing strategies
At its simplest, a financial investigation tries to determine where money comes from, how it moves, and how it is used. Also known as forensic accounting, this type of investigation is often crucial when dealing with corporate investigations, theft, embezzlement, money laundering, tax evasion, asset searches, criminal, and many other types of investigations.
Depending on the specific case, private investigators may spend time in the recovery of financial data, especially of hidden or deleted financial documents. In many cases, this type of investigation means searching through and analyzing many kinds of documents, from bank account records and spending records to receipts, bank account information, real estate files, motor vehicle records, and even computer files. With your permission, investigators may utilize computer forensics to dig deeper for any activity on your computer that may be relevant and useful. Investigators analyze all documents that show the paper trail of events involving money with the primary objective of documenting the movement of money.
Wall Street Insight has partnered with companies specializes in offering a unique approach to ramping up and facilitating corporate development strategies. They focus on such things as growth via mergers and acquisitions, initial public offering facilitation, founder and executive exit strategies, increasing valuation and finding overlooked ways to expedite your company’s path to the next level. Their basic approach uses sales and growth strategies they developed over years of working with government contractors, IT firms and cutting edge entrepreneurial leaders. They will not just develop a winning corporate structure, strategic alliance strategy and growth plan for your company but they will guide you to set that plan into motion and we’ll stay onboard to assist you in realizing your short and long-term business goals. We understand that your company is unique, so they tailor programs to fit your company. They don’t try to pigeon-hole your company into a pre-planned market and growth scheme. We have targeted a group of strategists spanning multiple countries and years of ‘in the trenches’ experience in corporate finance, capital structuring, IPOs and mergers and acquisitions.
Compliance Consulting to FINRA and SEC Regulated Entities
The services we currently provide are:
- Annual AML Audits
- Annual Compliance Audits (FINRA 3010)
- Investment Advisor Support Services / Broker-Dealer Support Services
- Annual Compliance Meetings
- Branch Auditing
- Written Supervisory Procedures
- AML Policies and Procedures
- Licensing and Registration
- Reg S-P Testing
- Ongoing AML Support
If you care considering opening your own Investment Advisor Firm or Broker-Dealer, we can assist you from start to finish. We have over 20 years of compliance experience at both large wire houses and small boutique Broker-Dealers and Investment Advisory firms.
Shadow Bank Alternative Capital Funding
A “shadow bank” is any unregulated financial institution that acts like a bank but instead of financing activities through deposits, it does so through investors, borrowing, or creating financial products. The world of shadow banking includes hedge funds, private equity firms, special purpose vehicles, insurance companies, crowd funding organizations, and money market funds.
But it also includes traditional financial institutions. Leading up to the financial crisis, commercial banks were very active in the sector, as were government-sponsored entities like Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. These businesses still have activities that are “off the books,” meaning that, despite new regulations, they’re still participating in shadow activities. As of May 2013, one estimate put traditional banks’ share of the shadow sector at 22%.
This division of our company provides leverage capital for a variety of investment grade and principal Protected funding transactions.
These include but are not limited to.
1. Monetization of investment grade notes
2. Capital funding secured by documentary letters of credit
3. Investment programs
4. Trading platforms
5. Pension Funds Investment
Our Stipulations are as follows
1. All funds must remain in an investment grade or principal protected position
2. The contemplated transaction must be legal
3. You must have the ability to cover the initial cost of capital