Senior Financial Advisor

Position Description:
Senior Financial Advisors present and sell non-traditional (non-FDIC insured) investments to mass affluent customers and prospects. Prepares and presents a financial plan to clients and monitors progress towards achieving client goals. Maintains all compliance standards.

Principal Accountabilities:
Meets with clients and prospects to discuss and evaluate all aspects of financial planning and services; promotes appropriate wealth consulting solutions for client needs, ensuring all compliance standards are met.
Reviews investments, strategies, and goals with existing clients on a regular basis, maintaining FCIS compliance standards.
Effectively partners with, and trains, First Citizens Bank associates on FCIS products and services to generate referrals

Position Requirements:
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 2 years' experience as a registered securities representative.
-Or-
High school diploma or GED with a minimum of 6 years as a registered securities representative.
-Or-
A minimum of 1 years FCIS or FCB experience as a registered securities representative.
Series 63, Series 65/66, and Series 7.
State-specific Life and Health insurance licenses.
*Series 7 and Series 65/66 may be obtained within the first 90 days of hire or placement date provided Series 6 license is active.

Other Preferred Qualifications:
Strong communication skills (verbal, written, presentation).
Organized and attention to detail.
Self-starter.
Driven.
Collaborative / Team Player.
$360K in trailing 12 month production.


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