Bronfman Rothschild is in search of a Wealth Advisor for our downtown Milwaukee, WI office. The professional that fills this entry level Wealth Advisor role will be involved in all aspects of wealth management for the clients of the firm.
The role entails two primary accountabilities:
Primary Advisor for an assigned group of existing clients to include the following responsibilities:
Develop positive relationships with clients through proactive communication and prompt, friendly and efficient handling servicing requests originating directly from clients as well as from team members on behalf of clients.
Determine investor suitability through analysis of clients’ investment objectives, risk tolerance, net worth, income, and investment expertise.
Monitor client investments and review performance, suggest and implement changes to client portfolio as deemed appropriate.
Research client issues as needed or directed and present findings to clients and staff.
Actively service client accounts by processing communications, tracking and monitoring account/asset transfers, processing transaction requests as directed. Create and execute rebalance reports, Required Minimum Distributions calculations and distributions, tax loss harvesting coordination, etc.
Utilize in-person meetings, conference calls, Skype/Go to Meeting technologies to meet at least annually with assigned clients.
Manage the onboarding of newly assigned clients.
Central organizer for the Milwaukee office in the development and update of client financial plans to include:
Thorough and effective utilization of financial planning software.
Liaison with other advisors and team members, and work directly with clients, on data gathering and entry.
Work with lead advisor to recognize and develop appropriate client-specific scenarios.
Effectively communicate results through report selection and in person meetings.
Incorporate Financial Planning Committee guidelines and best practices; Be on top of software developments and plan updates.
Embrace ongoing learning and development of various financial planning concepts, such as cashflow, gifting and income tax planning, insurance, credit solutions, education funding, etc.
Additional roles and responsibilities:
Ability to work as the Secondary Advisor with more advanced client engagements.
Pursue professional development opportunities to include additional licenses and/or designations, actively participate in internal and external training sessions and networking events.
Positive team player who works effectively within an entrepreneurial environment.
One to five years of experience
CFP® designation or candidacy
Series 65 or 66 licensed, or attained within 90 days of hire.
Proficiency with Envestnet/Tamarac, Microsoft Office products preferred.
Keen attention to detail.
Ability to think creatively.
Ability to independently manage and prioritize multiple projects.
Additional Salary Information: •Salary, bonus potential, plus standard benefits package including health insurance and 401(k).
•Opportunities for incentive comp flowing from New Business Development are also available. New Business Development is a plus, but not a requirement for this position.
•Opportunities for professional growth and career advancement,
•Business casual work environment; positive office comradery
Bronfman Rothschild is a premier, independent financial advisory firm with approximately $6B AUM and 10 offices throughout the East Coast and Upper Midwest. Set apart by our disciplined pursuit of goals, thoughtful and comprehensive planning, principled investing practices and collaborative expertise, we are widely recognized by national press such as Forbes, Financial Times and Financial Advisor and the recipient of various award-winning accolades.
Formed in 1974, the Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT) represents Texas community banks. The Austin-based group is the largest state community banking organization in the nation, with membership comprised of more than 2,000 banks and branches in 700 Texas communities. Providing safe and responsible financial services to all Texans, IBAT member bank assets range in size from $10 million to $20 billion with combined assets statewide of nearly $165 billion. IBAT member banks are committed to supporting and investing in their local communities.