One of our clients in Columbus, OH, who is a Private Wealth Advisory Practice is seeking an Investment Specialist.
The base salary is $40,000-$45,000, based on experience plus an additional $5,000 in bonuses.
To assist a busy private wealth advisory practice with investment assistance at an expert level. This position will consistently follow high standards of business and professional ethics and legal and regulatory requirements when dealing with others and performing work activities.
The ideal candidate for this position is someone who has the educational background in Finance and wants to be a successful member of a private wealth advisory team where there is an opportunity for growth and continued education in the field of comprehensive financial planning and investment management. This position supports the team by coordinating the trading duties across all office locations.
- Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university.
- Licenses Series 7 and Series 66 is preferred (or willing to obtain it).
- Life, Health, and Accidental Insurance preferred (or willing to obtain it).
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- Responsible for the coordination and management of trading duties for all office locations. This includes, but is not limited to money movement tracking, buy/sell fixed income, equities, managed accounts, and product exchanges.
- Supports the Investment Manager and Investment Team.
- Acts as the main point of contact for client inquiries related to trade requests, money movement requests, and other related questions.
- Professional phone demeanor is expected at all times.
- Responsible for Real-Estate Investment Trust (REIT) fund opening and closure communications and deadlines.
- Creates, organizes, and maintains a variety of reports.
- Displays willingness to learn all compliance regulations consistent with regulatory and Broker Dealer requirements as it pertains to investments.
- This position will consistently follow high standards of business and professional ethics and legal and regulatory requirements when dealing with others and/or performing work activities