- The role of a financial advisor is one that demands utmost professionalism, integrity and a customer-centric approach. An accredited financial advisor commands the respect and trust of those customers who are entrusting their and their families financial futures to them.
- The role calls for formal in-house training, the completion of the prescribed Regulatory exams, accreditation with the Financial Services Regulatory authority and requires continuous professional development.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Provide appropriate financial advice, in line with the customer’s resources and financial goals, to enable
- positive financial futures and protection of assets and estate.
- Provide pro-active, on demand financial service and advice to customers within your allocated customer markets.
- Providing relevant and appropriate financial advice, hinges on a complete understanding of the customer’s personal and financial circumstances – and their goals or dreams for the future. As such, interpersonal and
- communications skills in order to build solid relationships are fundamentally important.
- A Grade 12 (Matric) certificate
- FAIS compliance
- RE5 an advantage
- A valid Driver’s licence and your own car
- A clear criminal and credit check
- A minimum of 3 years working experience (preferably in sales)
- Proven computer literacy (MS Office suite)
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)