Wealth Manager

Reading, United Kingdom

Wealth Manager

Reading, United Kingdom

Join us as a Wealth Manager

  • We’ll look to you to manage the investment needs of our private banking clients
  • In this influential role, you'll become a trusted adviser to investment clients and develop and deliver their holistic wealth plans
  • With significant exposure, you'll enjoy extensive networking as you liaise with multiple internal and external stakeholders

What you'll do

You’ll be providing suitable wealth management advice on wealth structuring, investments, offshore and onshore bonds, and protection. And you’ll be managing the growth, profitability and business mix of an assigned portfolio.

You’ll also be undertaking investment and pension reviews, engaging specialists where appropriate, and making sure that client experience guidelines are adhered to. And you’ll be providing guidance and motivation to wealth managers on complex financial planning products and services using innovative ideas and participation in team meetings.

You’ll also be:

  • Delivering profitable and sustainable business growth across a broad product range
  • Demonstrating outstanding client service, professionalism and risk management
  • Ensuring the completion and timeliness of client reviews, including the updating of client profiles and wealth balance sheets for all clients
  • Providing wealth management product advice and sales to clients in private wealth and private banking
  • Acting as a role model to private bankers in private wealth and private banking through exemplary new business development, client management and stewardship

The skills you'll need

To succeed in this role, you'll need to have PCIAM level 6 and a current SPS. You’ll hold an appropriate qualification in accordance with the FCA Training and Competence handbook covering advice activity of securities, derivatives and packaged products. Additionally, we'll expect you to have investment skills, including expertise in detailed client profiling, risk analysis and asset allocation.

You’ll also demonstrate:

  • The ability to articulate current views on the macro-economic environments and financial markets
  • Good relationship and interpersonal skills
  • Proven track record of meeting financial and service targets
  • Extensive experience in pensions and financial planning
  • The ability to act as a representative in the market place and build powerful relationships with internal and external centres of influence

If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you’re eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help.

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