Graduate Investment Banking Sales - Graduate Scheme - City, London, United Kingdom, EC1A2
Salary:£22,000 to £45,000 OTE plus OTE
This client is a global financial firm with exciting international opportunities seeking intelligent, ambitious and money-motivated graduates to help further progress their current expansion programme. With over 15 years' experience this firm boats one of the most reputable names in the financial world. Extensive training is provided to all new employee's to ensure they are effectively prepared to perform the role to highest expected standard.
Your role is to manage the financial portfolio of your client; so this could be an individual or a company. On the advice of investment analysts, you'll discuss with your client which shares to buy or sell to get them the best return on their money.
Successful brokers are quick thinking, full of bright ideas and not afraid to make risky decisions in an instant. As a stockbroker you'll be expected to:
Research the financial markets
- Consult investment analysts
- Report to your clients
- Monitor your clients' investments
- Pitch for new clients
This can be a very lucrative career. Starting salaries range between £25k and £35k a year. This can reach up to £45k to £80k a year with some extra experience. High earning brokers can bring in £150k per year, plus, of course, successful stockbrokers garner generous bonuses on top of their annual income which can be far higher than their basic.
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