deVere United Kingdom launches IFA recruitment drive
deVere United Kingdom, the UK division of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, has launched a major recruitment drive to find additional talented, highly-motivated and experienced independent financial advisers to join its already incredibly successful teams.
The campaign is driven by deVere United Kingdom’s continued expansion and coincides with ongoing reports in the trade media that the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) has triggered many IFAs to seek new career opportunities.
The truth is that whilst RDR has further increased industry standards and transparency, many banks, and other advisory firms, have withdrawn from the independent financial advice market last year due to the perceived regulatory burden of RDR, and as such many IFAs are looking to join other established financial brands.
We’re speaking from experience. On the first working Monday of 2014 – statistically the most popular day of the year to hunt for a new job – deVere United Kingdom received over double the amount of CVs and new job-related correspondence, compared with the same day in 2013.
Candidates interested in joining deVere United Kingdom should have a minimum of three years’ experience in the industry, be at least level 4 diploma qualified, and committed to working towards a ‘chartered’ status.
As well as being a part of the ongoing success of deVere United Kingdom, successful applicants will receive a competitive basic salary; excellent bonus and benefits package; individually tailored development and support programme; paraplanning support; cutting-edge technology; access to markets that the majority of financial advisers have never worked in, as well as exceptional opportunities to fast-track their careers within an organisation that has just announced that globally it now has $10bn under its advisement and more than 80,000 clients worldwide.
For more details contact deVere United Kingdom’s Kevin White via email at firstname.lastname@example.org