Recruiting the best candidates
Our clients tend to be busy, high achieving individuals who require advice and information presented in a clear and intelligent format. They are often challenging and understandably demanding.
We court intelligent, interrogative, articulate, driven and ethical individuals who will assist us driving a force for good within the wealth management sector.
All staff, within our graduate training programme and Technical and Research departments, are required to take ongoing exams with a view to being Chartered or becoming Fellows of the Chartered Insurance Institute. We pay for their studies and offer ongoing support from within the business and via third parties who operate within our profession.
Fleet Street Wealth prefers to recruit from within. This enables us to get a very good understanding of each individual and ensure that they can be trusted to take on increasing levels of responsibility as they progress through our structured four year Graduate Training Programme the conclusion of which is to reach Chartered Financial Planner status.
Sometimes we cannot fill a vacancy internally and have need to recruit for our Administration, Paraplanning, Technical, Research, Advisory, Finance or Marketing teams. Therefore, if you are an exceptional individual with a strong academic background and with relevant experience we would be delighted to hear from you.
We reward employees well with a package of salary, occupational benefits, potential bonuses and generous holiday entitlement. We are very much a team and efforts spent assisting both clients and colleagues are recognised and rewarded fully.
Our employees are expected to have a strong sense of ‘right’, to contribute to our charitable endeavours and to challenge the ‘status quo’ in an effort to remain a market leader in the wealth management sector.
If you would like to discuss a career with us we encourage you to contact our Human Resources team at HR@FSWealth.co.uk.
Our recruitment process is extremely thorough and the following should be expected: