The qualifications required for a such a job are as followed: Series 7 and 63/65, Life Accident & Health licenses (Series 24 and 65 a plus)
Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
Excellent oral and written communication skills
A team orientation with a strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit are desired
3 or more years experience selling investment products
Strong computer skills and experience utilizing laptop technology. You could become a financial adviser with various qualifications and experience. Many employers consider ‘people skills’ and a strong background in customer service, sales or financial services to be more important than formal qualifications.
Your training will involve a mixture of practical experience and study for qualifications in financial planning. If you were a tied adviser with a bank, you would also receive in-house training on the financial products that your bank offers.
As a trainee financial adviser you must take an industry-recognised qualification that meets regulatory standards set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). If you want to be a financial adviser working in the retail investment market you will need to have a Level 4 approved qualification as a minimum. Recognised qualifications include: * Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Diploma in Regulated Financial Planning * ifs School of Finance Diploma for Financial Advisers (DipFA) * Chartered Institute…