Trainee or Junior Financial Adviser
In a market in which few genuine trainee opportunities exist, this is a fantastic opportunity to start your financial advisory career with an established IFA business with a track record of developing new advisers. Based in South Manchester, offering ongoing support and structured training along with access to new and existing clients, the role has everything an aspiring adviser needs to be successful. In addition, the firm offers an attractive starting salary (with regular reviews), benefits package and a generous uncapped bonus structured that will see motivated and ambitious advisers earning considerably more. Established advisers at the firm earn between GBP75,000 and GBP150,000.
Junior advisers who are looking to join a practice who are more supportive of their development will also be considered and starting salaries would reflect additional experience.
Offering a truly independent financial planning advisory service, the firm has an outstanding reputation across the region. Often working closely with professional connections, their advisers provide holistic financial planning advice to both private and corporate clients. Understanding that their employee base has been the key to their on-going success, this forward thinking firm places great emphasis on developing industry professionals who not only encompass their ideals of professionalism and integrity but also their commitment to achieving advanced qualifications and chartered advice.
To be considered for this exciting opportunity applicants must have the diploma or equivalent level 4 qualification along with experience of the financial planning market. We are keen to hear not only from existing financial advisers but also diploma qualified mortgage advisers, paraplanners or compliance professionals who are looking to become financial advisers. Applicants without a level 4 qualification in financial planning will not be considered.
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