Job - Private Wealth Management Manager, AIA International Limited
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AIA International Limited

About AIA HK

The AIA Group established its operations in Hong Kong in 1931. AIA has the largest agency force in Hong Kong and Macau. AIA is a leader in developing innovative insurance products that meet customers’ needs at every stage of their lives and offers products ranging from individual life, group life, accident, medical and health, personal lines insurance to investment-linked products with over 100 investment options.

About AIA Challenge District
Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) is an international qualification that recognises top 1% financial service professionals worldwide. AIA Challenge District has had the highest number of MDRTs and the highest ratio of MDRTs in the previous 10 years. It provides a platform to train up young professionals and high achievers. 


About the team
Our team of approximately 50 members, has been the top-ranked team in Asia among 17 countries for 6 years. All of our team members are highly educated, passionate, energetic and visionary. We are a professional team with high standards, aiming at developing talents and potentials of our team members through different kinds of training and coaching

Private Wealth Management Manager

Job Ref.CT3105385-01#0164

AIA Premier Academy

A brilliant career awaits you at AIA Hong Kong
 

AIA Offers:

  • Monthly allowance ($15K-50K) plus attractive commission and bonus
  • welcome Fresh graduate & Mainland China graduates
  • Fast-track promotion to managerial position
  • Overseas trips & conventions plus excellent career path
  • Excellent and comprehensive in-house training programs
  • Professional training to worldwide recognisable qualification Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT)

Job Description
Management Trainees mainly provide professional and financial advice and services to clients, and manage clients' wealth assets and portfolios through investment vehicles. Accepted candidates will work closely with an outstanding and supportive team, which has been top-ranked in Asia for 6 years. All applicants will undergo careful selection processes.

The job can be categorised as follow:

1. Professional Financial Services Provision to Clients

  • Wealth Management & Portfolio Advices
  • Investment Planning
  • Retirement Planning
  • Risk Management Planning
  • Estate (Tax) Planning
  • PRC Business & CIES (Capital Investment Entrant Scheme) Planning 

2. Team Management

  • Attempt Planning Strategies for Constructing Team
  • Learn Recruiting & Managing Team
  • Share Marketing Strategies in Team 

3. Self Continuous Improvement

  • Achieve Professional Destinations (MDRT,CFPCM,CHFC,RFP,RFC,etc.)
  • Acquire Up-to-Date Financial Knowledge and News
  • Develop Better Interpersonal and Communication Skills 

Requirements

  • Bachelor Degree Holder or above in all discipline. Finance and Business related major is preferred but not required.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 
  • Energetic and outgoing. 
  • Mature and self-motivated.
  • Overseas graduates and PRC students with IANG are welcome to apply.  

Benefits

  • Professional pre-job and on-job trainings will be provided. Excellent career path to management level.
  • Special holiday packages- a minimum of 2 company trips per year
  • Expected salary per year: HKD 550,000 or above.

Please apply in strict confidence with resume email to: nicchan@aia.com.hk

Any personal data and information collected would be kept confidential and used for recruitment purpose only.

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Job Ref No.
CT3105385-01#0164
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