Business Development role for a Times Top 100 Investment Company / Sales / Relationship Management / Asset Management

  • £30k - £40k base - £50k - £70k OTE
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Jigsaw Search
  • 06 Mar 19

A fantastic opportunity to join a highly entrepreneurial boutique investment company in a fast-paced, business development role. No financial services experience needed but you will need an excellent academic background, proven sales experience with top achievements and a passion for delivering fantastic service.

*** Business Development role for a Times Top 100 Investment Company / Sales / Relationship Management / Asset Management ***

The Company

A highly entrepreneurial and innovative investment company.


The Role

Working within an extremely dynamic and fast-paced sales team, you will be distributing investment products through IFA's

Outbound telephone calls to build and maintain relationships or schedule meetings

Provide point of contact for all inbound Financial Advisers queries 

Provide an exceptional level of customer service 

Implement new sales and marketing campaigns

Build new relationships with prospective companies

Help educate financial advisers and empower them to solve their client's needs and to develop their businesses

Enhance and develop existing relationships to increase business levels

Support existing and prospective client firms over the telephone

Focus on developing long term relationships that deliver.

Arrange client meetings for External BDMs

Provide support to EBMs and their clients

Run 1-2-1 meetings with IFAs

Presentations to IFAs

Attend and support IFA and industry conferences / seminars, as requested


Skills / Experience

Excellent academic background

Exceptional sales and relationship management skills

Strong service ethics, a passion for delivering excellent customer service

A strong work ethic

Dynamic and entrepreneurial, a willingness to impact the business and make positive contributions

Financial service experience not essential