Financial Advisor

  • Job Ref.No: 01171329
  • Budget:
  • Timeline: to be confirmed later
  • Closing on: 01/08/2021
  • Country: Singapore

Job Description

Part-timers & Freelancers are welcomed to apply this Full time position
On the lookout for a rewarding career with work life balance at the same time? Keen to make an impact on people’s lives and forge strong relationships whilst expanding your network?

We provide:
  • Mentorships and endless learning opportunities
  • Practical ways to empower others
  • Effective communication techniques and skills
  • Boundless earning potential
  • Attractive basic salary of $3,000 - $6,000 exclude incentives + Commission
  • Work-life balance; flexible working hours
  • Personal autonomy at workplace
  • Personal growth and leadership development opportunities
  • Additional Incentive trips for good performance
  • Industry and company recognition
  • A vibrant & supportive team environment

Job Responsibilities
  • Develop skills through our training program
  • Analyse and manage clients’ financial portfolios
  • Recommend suitable plans to meet clients’ needs
  • Build meaningful, long-term relationships with clients
  • Be empowered with
  • 1 to 1 mentorship
  • Structured, ongoing training programs
  • Sponsorship of CFMAS papers, M5, M9, M9A
Job Requirement
  • At least a full certificate in GCE ‘A’ Level, International Baccalaureate Diploma qualification, Diploma awarded by a polytechnic in Singapore or equivalent, Degree holders in any field.
  • 21 and above (Regulatory requirement)
  • Prior working experience will be an added advantage
  • Motivated, self-directed & driven
  • Positive working attitude (‘Can Do Spirit’)

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