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Job market for financial adviser

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Hey guys
I am interested in getting qualified to be a financial adviser, but searching on Gumtree I don't see many jobs advertised.

How is the market now to be a financial adviser/mortgage adviser?
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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2 Likes #1
I wouldn't have thought gumtree is where you would search for these types of jobs
1 Like #2
surely HOTUKDEALS is the wrong place for this sort of question?! Maybe try a careers website?
#3
thanks guys will do
#4
Gumtree? Try: milkround, prospects, jobcentreplus, fish4jobs, jobsite, totaljobs. A quick google should be enough to find em all. Good luck!
banned#5
whatsThePoint
housing market is getting smaller at the moment, look for a different job

LOL...he said financial adviser not mortgage advisor.
#6
slamdunkin
whatsThePoint
housing market is getting smaller at the moment, look for a different job


LOL...he said financial adviser not mortgage advisor.


think b4 u type
1 Like #7
Have a couple of friends who are FA's and because of the current climate (especially the housing market) they are saying work is very limited, if that helps.

I dare say by the time you qualify everything could have changed.
banned#8
greg_68
Have a couple of friends who are FA's and because of the current climate (especially the housing market) they are saying work is very limited, if that helps.I dare say by the time you qualify everything could have changed.

What qualifications do they have?
#9
^^ I dunno, they're qualified FA's and do it as their job. That's all I know.
banned#10
greg_68
^^ I dunno, they're qualified FA's and do it as their job. That's all I know.

Can't you quote?

Ask them and let me know (_;)
#11
Why, whats it got to do with you what qualifications they have??



Edited By: greg_68 on Nov 01, 2010 11:05: .
banned#12
Benjimoron
slamdunkin
whatsThePoint
housing market is getting smaller at the moment, look for a different job
LOL...he said financial adviser not mortgage advisor.
think b4 u type

I didn't have to think because I know the differance between the two, a financial; advisor give advice and sells financial products like pension plans, life insurance, endowment policies and other investment products as well as giving advice on capital management and balancing income from investments against capital gains taxes ect. Some may give mortgage advice, but they need the relevant qualification and registration to sell mortgage products.
banned#13
greg_68
Why, whats it got to do with you what qualifications they have??

I want to be a financial advisor.
#14
Re-read the OP slamdunkin!!
banned#15
I wasn't answering the op....I was making the distinction between a mortgage advisor and an FA....they are two different things.
#16
Wellll above you said that the OP said FA not MA and in fact he said both! Just sayin' (I realise im being pedantic :P)
#17
Pretty sure my friends are both FA's and MA's.
banned#18
You don't know what you are talking about....a Mortgage broker or advise is qualified to sell mortgages and FA has a lot more diversified knowledge on many aspects of financial planning and investment.

With property not being the investment it once was...FA's are getting more work as people need to find other investments and different ways to plan for their retirement.
#19
Register with LinkedIn, I have had 5 job offers in the past 6 months from there, and there are plenty of IFA and FA groups you can join for free.
#20
My husband is a Financial Advisor for a big company who operate through a bank and they're currently taking on loads more advisors as they want one per branch. I wouldn't say he's overly busy at the moment due to the current climate but the company obviously see things improving with taking on so many people.

I would recommend that you take the higher FA exam which is equivalent to a degree, all advisors have to have this qualification within the next few years and any with it can more or less name their price so if you get this now you'll be ahead of everyone else and I would've thought would stand a better chance of getting a job.
#21
Thanks everyone, real helpful

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