Financial Planning Coordinator

deVere Germany 
Area (Bundesland)
Office language
Starting date

deVere Germany, who are a part of the deVere Group are looking to recruit Financial Planning Coordinators. Outstanding communication skills are among the most important attributes of the successful candidate. We are also looking for candidates that have a strong sense of organization, determination, and a flawless work ethic.

With exciting opportunities in Frankfurt, deVere Germany offer a unique opportunity for you to become a successful individual within the world’s largest independent financial consultancy.

Working alongside an appointed Associate Wealth Consultant, the successful candidate will help them to secure appointments through extensive networking and area-based client research.

The role also includes:

  • ·        Developing potential business with clients
  • ·        Promoting the services provided by the deVere Group
  • ·        Providing administrative support
  • ·        Networking and creating a chain of connections to gain knowledge of potential clients.

The deVere group will also provide you with training which will allow the successful candidate to progress within the role of coordinator. We also encourage coordinators to develop their role within the company, and the deVere Group will train them as an Associate Wealth Consultant down the line.

How to apply for this job:

Please send a copy of your full CV to [email protected]

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