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Financial Service Executive

Posted By: joey.josephine

Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2019

Remuneration: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 63496405

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We are looking for Financial Service Executive!


COME ON AND JOIN US NOW!


Incentives to be earned. Trips to enjoy. Friends to be made. Time for work and time for play. Sounds like a dream job? Then you’ll fit right in at DYG. We believe that a successful career goes beyond monetary rewards. At the real-life company, every day is a chance to make a real difference. It’s not just another job. And what we’re looking for is not just another Financial Services Consultant. Join us and embark on this meaningful and rewarding career with DYG!
We are specialist in providing comprehensive services to corporations and individuals.


Job Description:
• Providing financial advice based on clients’ financial and protection needs
• Providing recommendation to clients on wealth accumulation and legacy planning


Requirements:
• Minimum GCE 'A' levels, Polytechnic Diploma or Bachelor Degree
• Candidate with or without experience are welcome to apply
• Good interpersonal and communication skills
• Strong leadership skill
• Extrovert, self-confident, positive, driven and good learning attitude
• English and Chinese speaking.
• (No quota)


Benefits:
• Excellent career advancement opportunities
• Base salary allowance between $3000 to $8000 (Based on your last drawn)
• Attractive incentive and bonus
• Enjoy a fair work-life balance
• Flexible working hours
• Comprehensive training of skills will be provided


WE ARE ALSO OFFERING INTERNSHIP TO COMPLETE THE 2 MONTHS COURSE!
Internship allowance of $2,000.00
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm



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