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The go-to guide to acing the Series 26 Exam!
Passing the Investment Company Products/Variable Contracts Limited Principal Qualification Exam (Series 26) qualifies an individual to operate as a principal responsible for supervising and managing a firm and its agents conducting business in open-end mutual funds, variable annuities, and life insurance. The exam covers hiring and qualification, training of representatives, supervision, sales practices, and business processing and recordkeeping rules. A principal must have passed the Series 6 or Series 7 Exams prior to taking the Series 26.
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