Junior Investment Manager - Salisbury
Junior Investment Manager
Main Purpose of the Role
The role is for a qualified Investment Manager to assist a senior Investment Manager in providing investment advice and/or investment management services to clients in accordance with their individual circumstances and investment objectives.
Key Responsibilities and Scope of the Role
Attract, develop and retain a portfolio of private client and corporate relationships to maximise asset and revenue growth by meeting clients' needs, including managing client assets on a discretionary or advisory basis as well as introducing other products and services according to the overall strategy of the firm.
To undertake extensive client reporting requirements.
To assess existing and potential clients' circumstances, investment objectives and attitude to risk, and recommend appropriate Quilter Cheviot and other professional services as relevant.
To ensure that all client relationships are properly documented and all required information is obtained from the client on a timely basis, ensuring where relevant that "know your client" information is maintained up-to-date and properly documented.
To have a clear understanding of the clients' investment objectives, risk profile, investment experience and financial resource and be clear about the suitability of the recommendations to advisory clients and of the transactions effected for clients under a discretionary mandate.
To attend and participate in relevant company meetings as required in the various other aspects of the Quilter Cheviot investment selection process.
To provide clients and/or their agents with such information and reports about their investment transactions, income payments and investment performance as requested and/or specified in the terms and conditions of the relevant service.
Active participation in internal investment meetings and demonstrating in-depth knowledge of financial markets, and ideally flair in forward thinking.
To assist in the training and development of trainee investment managers, providing support and guidance where relevant. Maximise their potential, working with management and other Investment team staff to strengthen the work of the department, in particular, promoting the firm's TCF culture.
To liaise as required with the Marketing and Business Development functions in initiating and developing new business opportunities.
Key Risk and FCA Requirements
To ensure all operations affecting clients are carried out in accordance with FCA rules, i.e. AML checks, suitability advice, avoiding market abuses such as churning and front running, establishing that up to date client agreement letters are on file for clients.
To ensure that Quilter Cheviot fulfils its obligations to Treating Customers Fairly.
Meets required competencies for relevant corporate title.
Key Behavioural Skills
PIONEERING Leading change and driving growth from the front
DEPENDABLE Brings expertise, care and judgement
STRONGER TOGETHER Using diversity and relationships to create one business.
Handles tasks with thoroughness and accuracy. Effectively balances priorities to meet agreed deadlines for individual and teamwork.
Demonstrates flexibility to adapt to changing business needs.
Strong team player - contributes to team objectives. Volunteers for cross-departmental projects.
Accepts responsibility, solves problems and makes appropriate decisions.
Acts as an ambassador for Quilter Cheviot, proactively enhancing the brand. Improves quality and efficiency to drive results.
Builds trust and maintains relationships by understanding client needs and, where relevant, aligning services to meet objectives.
Leads by example and appropriately delegates, empowering others to get the job done.
Educated to degree level or equivalent (unless suitably experienced).
Holder of the CISI Chartered Wealth Manager Qualification or CFA Institute Charterholder.
Professional qualifications as specified by the relevant regulatory authority and the Company's T&C Scheme.
3+ years of working in financial markets. Confidence in communicating required during meetings. Flexibility to work unusual hours on occasions when required. Willingness to travel when required.