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Mitchell Iverson promoted at Stifel, Nicolaus & Company Inc.

Iverson has 15 years of investment industry experience and began working for Stifel in 2009 after attending UND.

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GRAND FORKS — Stifel’s Mitchell Iverson has been promoted to first vice president/investments of the firm’s broker-dealer subsidiary Stifel, Nicolaus & Company Inc. in Grand Forks.

“The Grand Forks office of Stifel is pleased to have someone of Mitch’s work ethic and character on our team,” Branch Manager William Haug said. “He is committed to delivering top-tier service and placing his clients’ interests first above all else.”

Iverson has 15 years of investment industry experience and began working for Stifel in 2009 after attending UND. He holds Series 7 and 66 securities licenses, as well as life, health and variable insurance licenses.

Iverson has also qualified for the firm’s 2022 President’s Council, consisting of 327 of Stifel’s top-producing financial advisors. The company currently employs approximately 2,300 financial advisors across the United States.

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