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Wealth Adviser

Posted By: 2Q95

Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2020

Remuneration: Best Offer

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A career with PIAS as an adviser will open many opportunities for your clients and yourself.
Would you like to offer customised solutions with a multitude of products and services to your clients?
Do you agree that the era of products-selling are over?
As an adviser with PIAS, you have the opportunity to offer your clients customised solutions created with products from a number of major life insurance companies. In addition you can provide to your clients advice in investments as you will have access to a majority of managed funds available in Singapore. Finally you will also be able to help your clients in the areas of mortgages, estate planning, tax advice etc through our value-adding referral services.
The next point to consider is as you are busy looking after your clients, are you looking after yourself?
Do you want an attractive remuneration scheme?
Do you want to own your own clients or financial planning career?
At PIAS you can have all these benefits.
Freedom of Choice
As an adviser with PIAS you are free to target your own markets, arrange your own schedules and plan for a better future. We let you decide!
Feel a great sense of fulfilment when you help clients secure their financial future. You'll be recognised as a successful financial services professional that makes a difference in people's lives.
At PIAS, our advisers are our assets
At PIAS, our greatest asset is our people. We do not offer you a job, but a career, which will allow you to run your own successful business.
We invest time and energy, as well as provide intensive training initiatives to ensure that you have every opportunity to transform yourself into one of our many success stories.
There is no limit to your potential. You are in control of your own success, but you do need the energy, drive and determination to succeed.
Join Us Today! We are looking for people who:
Are resourceful and creative
Have the drive and ambition to succeed
Enjoy meeting and helping people
Have a high client focus
Are disciplined and able to work independently
If these requirements describe you, then we would really like to speak with you!



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