Financial Advisor

Position Summary

Provide analysis and guidance to businesses and individuals in order for them to make investment decisions; Recommends financial options to members in accordance with their short and long term goals; Prepares and delivers comprehensive financial advice that may include portfolio reviews, asset accumulation strategies, analysis and assessments, pre/post-retirement planning, and asset allocation strategies; Enhances and expands the overall penetration and participation levels of the current investment services program and ensure on-going quality service to existing members/clients.

Duties

  • Achieves individual and office sales goals by working with offices to help generate referrals.
  • May involve cold calling on non-member individuals and businesses.
  • Cross-sells credit union products and services and acts upon referral opportunities to maintain a ratio consistent with goals.
  • Assists members in retirement and estate planning, funding for college, general investment options and loan and deposit needs.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of all Consumers products and services.
  • Successfully maintains: Series 7, Series 66, Life, Accident, and Health Insurance Licenses, and State specific securities and investment licenses.
  • Contacts potential members by attending business and social events/meetings or by giving seminars.
  • Maintains all files and records to comply with the law.
  • Knowledgeable in the area of IRA and Trust accounts.
  • Develops an understanding of Credit Union rules, regulations, philosophy, organization by-laws and operating procedures.
  • Assist in any area as directed by your supervisor.

 Qualifications

  • Success requires a Bachelor's degree in Business or Insurance (or equivalent work experience).
  • 5 years proven experience in the delivery of personal investment products and services, with at least 1 year of experience in a financial institution.
  • Successfully completes: Series 7, Series 66, Life, Accident, and Health Insurance Licenses, and State specific securities and investment licenses.

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