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Job Openings for CFP Candidates:- Job Location:- New Delhi Position: Financial Planners No. of Positions: Five (5) Company: Hum Fauji Initiatives Location: Dwarka, New Delhi Qualifications and competencies: At least Graduation, preferably in a financial subject. MBA (Finance) would be given a preference.A good academic record is important.CFPCMor AFP (part of CFPCM certification) would be very desirable. · Should be very well versed with Microsoft Excel. · Good knowledge of the process of comprehensive financial planning and mutual funds. · Good command over written and spoken English, natural flair for client service and soft-spoken demeanour are extremely important for the job. Experience: Preference will be given to candidates with work experience, preferably in a financial company undertaking financial planning and investments in mutual funds. Promising freshers may also be considered. Salary Expectation: Best of industry standards, with liberal additional incentives as per performance and company policy. Higher start for deserving and experienced candidates. Job Description: · Make comprehensive Personal / Retirement Financial Plans for clients as per the process laid down in the Company and explain the same to the clients in a simple language they understand. · Translate the investment or retirement plans into specific product plans with special emphasis on mutual funds. · Implement the product plans by guiding and explaining the same to clients, getting the relevant forms filled and monitor the investment process. · Monitoring the goal attainment and performance of the invested assets on a regular basis and interacting with the clients on these and associated issues. · To carry out regular review and re-balancing of the portfolio. · To sort out all the financial issues of the clients whether they pertain to the financial goals, financial plan, investments, or any other financial issues being faced by him which may or may not be related to Company’s products/services. · Visiting clients at their premises or at a suitable place, if so required. · Conduct or help in conducting financial workshops, seminars, road-shows etc in a manner as desired by the company. · There is no sales related job assigned to a Financial Planner as on today. However, the candidate should be open to performing all job related tasks as required in the performance of his/her duty. About the Company: Hum FaujiInitiativesTM operates in the niche clientele space of Armed Forces officers (serving & retired) and their close relatives only. It is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. It is an 8-year-old well-known company at national level, has clientele spread all across the world and is growing at more than 100% year-on-year ever since its inception. We undertake comprehensive financial planning and investments in mutual funds, bonds, fixed deposits, real estate, and other financial products including income tax filing, loans, insurance, Wills and associated work. The product and service portfolio is being constantly expanded. Candidates with experience in any or more of these verticals will have an edge in the selection process. We place UTMOST emphasis on ethics, values and client service, and these are what guide our core philosophy of business. We expect our team members to abide by these values always and all the time. The company has an absolute Zero Tolerance policy on these issues. Company website:www.humfauji.in Interested candidates to forward their CVs to MsBindu Govila, COO, Hum Fauji Initiatives atbindugovila@humfauji.in or contact her on 9999 777 696 for any further details.
Why Certification???? CERTIFICATION: A HEALTHY DOSE FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL FITNESS To put in simple words, certification can be described as a method to demonstrates your commitment and ability to learn, grow, and stay abreast of the latest development in your field. It not only inspires professionals to update their skills but also motivates them to go ahead of their certifications, which are bound to lapse in a few years. NEED TO CERTIFY YOURSELF - EVEN IF YOU HAVE RELEVANT EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATION? Change is at the core of today’s professional world. With growing automation, evolving technology, and ever-changing job requirements, skills required for a particular role are evolving fast. Companies, nowadays, prefer versatile and dynamic professionals—irrespective of their experience. So, if you think you can relax once you have gained required education and experience, you are completely wrong! Instead, you must keep your learning curve steeper. There is no room for complacency. Here are a few reasons why you should consider certification. 1. To keep pace with the evolving job market and update your professional validity For a busy professional like you, it’s quite possible to lose track of the changing job needs and roles. Especially if you are an IT or finance professional, it is difficult for you to keep your fingers on the pulse all the time. Certification will not only enhance your skills and knowledge but will also update you about the changing professional needs and role requirements. 2. To shield layoffs Studies have revealed that most of the experienced professionals feel that certification and recertification go a long way in protecting them from layoffs. While giving an interview to TCG Hamilton, the HR head of a Bengaluru-based financial MNC revealed, “If we’re given an option to choose between two professionals with the equal experience and expertise, we will prefer the one having the latest valid certification.” When asked the reason behind it, she revealed, “Over the years, we have noticed that our clients always prefer working with those employees who have the latest know-how. And their certification is obviously a useful add-on to their professional caliber.” 3. To get an edge during the appraisal process Yes, your certification effort will be recognized during the appraisal process. Most of the companies consider salary cuts an effective way to retain their bottom line. However, with an updated certification, employees can better their position during the performance review and are likely to get what their skills are actually worth in the job market.
CERTIFICATION: A HEALTHY DOSE FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL FITNESS To put in simple words, certification can be described as a method to demonstrates your commitment and ability to learn, grow, and stay abreast of the latest development in your field. It not only inspires professionals to update their skills but also motivates them to go ahead of their certifications, which are bound to lapse in a few years. NEED TO CERTIFY YOURSELF - EVEN IF YOU HAVE RELEVANT EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATION? Change is at the core of today’s professional world. With growing automation, evolving technology, and ever-changing job requirements, skills required for a particular role are evolving fast. Companies, nowadays, prefer versatile and dynamic professionals—irrespective of their experience. So, if you think you can relax once you have gained required education and experience, you are completely wrong! Instead, you must keep your learning curve steeper. There is no room for complacency. Here are a few reasons why you should consider certification. 1. To keep pace with the evolving job market and update your professional validity For a busy professional like you, it’s quite possible to lose track of the changing job needs and roles. Especially if you are an IT or finance professional, it is difficult for you to keep your fingers on the pulse all the time. Certification will not only enhance your skills and knowledge but will also update you about the changing professional needs and role requirements. 2. To shield layoffs Studies have revealed that most of the experienced professionals feel that certification and recertification go a long way in protecting them from layoffs. While giving an interview to TCG Hamilton, the HR head of a Bengaluru-based financial MNC revealed, “If we’re given an option to choose between two professionals with the equal experience and expertise, we will prefer the one having the latest valid certification.” When asked the reason behind it, she revealed, “Over the years, we have noticed that our clients always prefer working with those employees who have the latest know-how. And their certification is obviously a useful add-on to their professional caliber.” 3. To get an edge during the appraisal process Yes, your certification effort will be recognized during the appraisal process. Most of the companies consider salary cuts an effective way to retain their bottom line. However, with an updated certification, employees can better their position during the performance review and are likely to get what their skills are actually worth in the job market.
CERTIFICATION: A HEALTHY DOSE FOR YOUR PROFESSIONAL FITNESS To put in simple words, certification can be described as a method to demonstrates your commitment and ability to learn, grow, and stay abreast of the latest development in your field. It not only inspires professionals to update their skills but also motivates them to go ahead of their certifications, which are bound to lapse in a few years. NEED TO CERTIFY YOURSELF - EVEN IF YOU HAVE RELEVANT EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATION? Change is at the core of today’s professional world. With growing automation, evolving technology, and ever-changing job requirements, skills required for a particular role are evolving fast. Companies, nowadays, prefer versatile and dynamic professionals—irrespective of their experience. So, if you think you can relax once you have gained required education and experience, you are completely wrong! Instead, you must keep your learning curve steeper. There is no room for complacency. Here are a few reasons why you should consider certification. 1. To keep pace with the evolving job market and update your professional validity For a busy professional like you, it’s quite possible to lose track of the changing job needs and roles. Especially if you are an IT or finance professional, it is difficult for you to keep your fingers on the pulse all the time. Certification will not only enhance your skills and knowledge but will also update you about the changing professional needs and role requirements. 2. To shield layoffs Studies have revealed that most of the experienced professionals feel that certification and recertification go a long way in protecting them from layoffs. While giving an interview to TCG Hamilton, the HR head of a Bengaluru-based financial MNC revealed, “If we’re given an option to choose between two professionals with the equal experience and expertise, we will prefer the one having the latest valid certification.” When asked the reason behind it, she revealed, “Over the years, we have noticed that our clients always prefer working with those employees who have the latest know-how. And their certification is obviously a useful add-on to their professional caliber.” 3. To get an edge during the appraisal process Yes, your certification effort will be recognized during the appraisal process. Most of the companies consider salary cuts an effective way to retain their bottom line. However, with an updated certification, employees can better their position during the performance review and are likely to get what their skills are actually worth in the job market.
Upskills yourself for Jobs of the Future not Past “Young people need the skills and experience for jobs of the future, not the past” The world of work is changing, influenced by technology and changes in global economies. A recent report has warned that young people will be most strongly affected by these changes. The report identified three key trends that will shape the future of work, three ways that new opportunities are emerging, and three significant risks. Trends:- Automation, as machines increasingly perform tasks that were once done by humans Globalisation, as goods and services are traded across international boundaries more freely Collaboration, as technology enables cooperation and collaboration Risks: -Greater unemployment as jobs are lost or automated, particularly at the entry and low-skilled levels -Growing inequality between skilled and unskilled workers -Insecurity
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