Our client is a Financial Adviser network support service based in Manchester. They are currently looking to recruit an office-based Research Analyst to work from their office in South Manchester.
As Research Analyst the main purpose of the role is to help support firms of advisers with their centralised product and investment research by providing information, comparison, analysis, due diligence and guidance on all aspects of research including products, funds, platforms, investment solutions and research tools and resources, delivered through content on the company website alongside a telephone and email based support service.
Working within a small team of analysts the role will include:
- Collation and analysis of research information via industry research tools, provider websites and contacts.
- Contribution to the ongoing review of centralised product and fund research, including monitoring against agreed criteria, and maintaining content published on company website.
- Contributing to client facing reviews, guidance, opinion and news on products and funds, third party solutions and topical themes.
- Supporting individual clients directly by taking queries on all elements of research from how best to use our web content, to opinion and guidance on specific investments and research processes.
To apply for this role candidate's should offer experience of working within the financial advice industry and have a broad, whole of market knowledge of the advice process and of products, funds, platforms, systems and investment solutions. You will also have the Level 4 Diploma in Financial Services.
This is an urgent requirement. Therefore if you are a current Research Analyst and looking for the next step in your career or to work for a more structured and professional business then please send your details through to NJR.
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