Overview

Location: Guildford

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience

Are you ready to advance your professional status to bring you closer to a lucrative new position?

This is undoubtedly a fantastic opportunity for a talented, aspirational individual looking to move into a role that focuses on building strong client relationships.

With a broad portfolio of duties, the role would suit someone with energy, flexibility and a proactive mind. Must be Diploma qualified.

General Responsibilities

  • Be a point of contact for any Adviser queries.
  • Delegate work requests appropriately within the team.
  • Ensure team member’s workloads are monitored regularly and that they received adequate training and support.
  • Ensure Suitability Reports are updated with current legislation.
  • Authorise holiday requests for team ensuring appropriate internal process is carried out and records maintained.
  • Carry out annual appraisals for team.
  • Offer support and guidance to Administration team when required.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Assess client’s objectives and carry out research to identify suitable solutions to meet client’s needs in line with an adviser’s recommendations and requests.
  • Discuss cases with adviser and proactively update the adviser throughout.
  • Carry out financial analysis to draft recommendation reports/letters for review and sign off by the advisers.
  • Prepare all relevant paperwork for client meetings.
  • Prepare and compile financial analysis.
  • Ensure that all regulatory and compliance standards are met and report any breach to the Compliance Manager.
  • Co-operate fully with the Complaints Manager with any complaints from clients.
  • Liaise with product providers and other relevant third parties.
  • Ensure that all client requirements are followed through to the appropriate conclusion.
  • Keep up to date with legislation.
  • Participate in online provider webinars for continued technical knowledge and ongoing CPD.
  • Ensure thorough knowledge of product research and analytical tools.
  • An understanding of FCA regulations and guidelines relating to financial services clients.

To be considered for this role you will:

Need to be already level 4 qualified, or equivalent, with a good 2-3 years of paraplanning experience, ideally in an independent advice environment.

If this role sounds as though it aligns with your desire to have a career that comes with fantastic ongoing career development prospects and a high level of compensation, please email your CV with a covering letter now.

If this role isn’t of interest then please contact us as we have a number of active roles at the moment that may be more suitable.