The financial advisor must understand clients’ needs in terms of investments and savings. He or she must advise and make suitable recommendations taking into account their investor profile and financial goals. The incumbent is the resource person that will be making the investments for clients and guaranteeing exceptional client experience. He or she will help grow turnover by forging relationships and taking existing ones to a new level. He or she must meet and exceed set targets. The investment advisor will be reporting to the Head of Business Development.
The Back Office Officer is responsible for managing orders from Front Office (Investment advisor).
The incumbent is charged with checking operations, sending confirmations, monitoring deadlines, billing and accounting.
He or she will be reporting to the Head of Market Operations.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE:
The Customer Service Representative is in permanent contact with clients. He or she must always give a good image of the institution. He or she is responsible for informing, advising and guiding clients. The incumbent is also tasked with answering the telephoneand forwarding calls to the appropriate people.
The customer service representative is equally tasked with filing and archiving documents and accounting records. He or she makes travel arrangements for the institution’s workers and manages their schedules, drafts minutes of meetings and makes appointments.
The incumbent must be able to multi-task. He or she will be reporting to the Head of Business Development.
The trader executes clients’ investment orders on the stock market. He or she assesses market trends in real time and takes action to execute the purchase or sale orders contained in the order book at the most appropriate moment.
The trader bases his buying or selling decisions on an anticipation of market movements through a prior analysis of relevant information and financial or regulatory news that may affect the financial market of WAEMU as well as quoted companies on the BRVM.
The financial analyst studies financial markets, monetary markets and publicly traded companies on the Stock Exchange Market (BRVM) in detail allowing him to form an opinion on their real value. On the basis of quantitative and qualitative information, he or she analyzes, interprets market trends and makes better suggestions on orders for their purchase or sale.
Its functions can extend to financial modeling and risk management.
If interested, submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org