APPLY: Canadian bank seeks financial planner fluent in Igbo or Yoruba language


Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), a Canadian multinational financial services company, is looking to recruit a financial planner who is fluent in Igbo or Yoruba language.

According to the notice on its website, the investment and retirement planner is expected to create custom investment solutions for prospective and existing RBC clients.

“Alongside your own prospecting and networking activity, you are fully supported by internal partners who send client referrals your way. Your creativity, motivation, and drive for new investment sales will enable you to provide world-class advice and solutions that help clients achieve their long-term financial goals,” the bank said.

The bank says the selected candidates will be expected to “provide tailor-made financial planning advice and solutions using our unparalleled array of investment and portfolio solutions, including best-in-class proprietary and select third-party mutual fund solutions”.

Applicants are expected to be fluent in Igbo or Yoruba, have a minimum of two years experience in financial planning, have the ability to cultivate strong partner relationships, have proven networking and client acquisition skills, have a mutual funds license, among other requirements.

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