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7 Best job opportunities in banking and finance

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Ifairer
04th October, 2019 17:59 IST

Banking is one of the top most career choices made by students in India. Banks are in-charge of individuals or organization's money. The expansion of financial services available through banks and insurance companies, as well as the growth of online banking, has added new job opportunities in the financial field. Here are some jobs in Banking & Finance sector.

Investment Banker
Investment bankers are financial professionals that assist various organizations, like governments and corporations, with the raising of funds by issuing stocks and bonds. Employment for investment bankers can be found with brokerage firms, investment banks and other financial services companies.

Banking and financial managers
The responsibilities of financial managers in the coming decade. Banking and financial managers will require them to be creative thinkers and problem solvers, applying their analytical skills to business. Competition is high, reflecting the level of responsibility and earning power of management positions.

Accountants
Analyze, plan, evaluate and advise on matters of accounting theory and practice. A bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field is usually required, but those with a master's degree or experience to boot will have better job opportunities.

Financial consultant
A financial consultant, or financial advisor, is knowledgeable about a range of financial services, such as asset management and retirement planning. Most financial consultants often specialize in specific areas of financial services, like managing personal assets.

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Bank loan officers
With tightened lending policies for both businesses and home buyers, bank loan officers face a complicated credit landscape in their jobs these days. But with a creative approach to maximize federal options in small business and home ownership programs, loan officers are a valued link to a bank's client base.

Auditors

Examine and analyze accounting records and prepare financial reports for clients. Auditors usually need a bachelor's degree, but as with accountants, experience and advanced degrees increase their chances of getting hired.

Financial analysts
Sometimes called investment or securities analysts, there are financial analysts working throughout the business world who examine financial data and advise businesses and individuals on their investment strategies. They work in banks, corporations, stock brokerages, insurance companies, and government agencies.

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