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Broker Consultant (Graduate Financial Advisor)







Limovista Consulting Services PTY LTD

A little something about our Client ...
One of the Largest and most stable Financial Services Companies in South Africa with a history of more than 25 years of success in their field

What makes them different?
The fact that they know that YOU are different!
Therefor they listen before they advise and strive to provide you with the best solution for your particular need......and not only that........ they create, manage and preserve your and your client's wealth, thus creating financial freedom for individuals

Their Culture ...
Through their brokerage they ensure that you have all the support you need to help you work smarter, remaining on top of your certification so you can better serve your client

Your part ...

  • There will be cold calling but with the help of an  internal leads generation system and full support system from Seasoned Financial Brokers to work alongside you
  • Convert leads to customers and grow business for and with them
  • You will need some Tech and Financial " tools"  with lots of discipline, tenacity and resilience and a hunger for learning.
  • An entrepreneurial spirit and GO-Getter attitude will definitely give you the advantage over others along with being a natural planner and conscientious 

What should you have?

  • Bachelor of Commerce or Law or similar along with some sales or Consulting experience (but not essential as training will be offered) 

The best part........
Post training, your commission converts to over 90% of all products sold and you are not limited in terms of ONE product across the Liberty Portfolio!

Your Earning Potential could be between R10 - R20 K per month post Training, working with the full support and assistance of a Seasoned Broker 



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