Can bankers invest globally for their own benefit?

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I’m in the process of becoming a registered retail banker; I don’t help clients with investments directly; instead, I refer them to our branch’s financial advisor, who handles everything.

Is it necessary for me to report my personal investments to my bank (my employer)? Is it legal for me to invest internationally? Can bankers invest globally for their own benefit?

Can bankers invest globally for their own benefit?
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They will have a personal account dealing policy in place that specifies this. I’m not in retail banking, but I must report all of my personal accounts as well as any “linked” accounts (anything over which I or my wife has discretion, such as a 529 or power of attorney), and all of them must be held at a list of approved brokers (compliance gets data feeds from them). Anything that is not a managed account must be cleared before trading:

There is a list of tickers that are not permitted.

A list of ETFs that do not need to be pre-approved.

A minimum storage period of 30 days is required.

Forex and options trading are practically prohibited.

Private investments require prior clearance (hedge funds, private equity)

Is it the same for someone who works in operations and regulation, or a temp hired through a recruiter, who is still given their own designated business email account and dedicated phone extension?

What are you licensed for if you’re preparing to become a professional banker but don’t help individuals with investments?

A year ago, I was in the same predicament. Primarily so that we might be compensated on referred investment assets on a percentage basis. It is also an excellent stepping stone into that job field.

I know that doesn’t make sense to me, but if I want to get paid for referring people to financial advisors or selling items that have nothing to do with investment, I need to be licensed.

If you don’t mind my asking, what do you do today and what are your future plans?

You can’t be a front runner by just referring accounts, so I’d advise invest in whatever you want. But I’d talk to your boss; I believe you’re fine.

 

Which job should I apply for?

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I will receive my Bachelor’s degree in a non-business related discipline in May. I have two job offers from a well-known bank, but I’m not sure which one to accept.

I want to work my way up in the banking profession. The first role is that of a teller, and the second is that of a customer service representative (I know, lowest-tier jobs).

Which should I choose? Which is better for gaining experience and eventually moving up?

 

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You should work with whichever management you get along with the best. One aspect of banking that I admire is the number of senior and executive level personnel who began their careers as tellers. It is an industry that places a premium on expertise and experience. So it actually doesn’t matter which position you choose. It is critical that you work for someone who can mentor you and is supportive of their team. On the other hand, I’ve never encountered a happier person than an entry-level retail bank employee with a toxic manager.

I believe you’d be better off in customer service since you’d be dealing with client issues all the time and learning the ins and outs of how the bank operates. A teller will deal with the customer and handle their money, but any problems will be directed to a CSR. So the true test is how well you deal with tension and unhappy customers, because you will very certainly have to deal with them, whereas a teller will not.

In this scenario, I’m fortunate to have previous expertise with customer service and dealing with irate consumers (not many times, but still). This is unquestionably the position I will take.

Thank you for your help.

What do they get paid? I’d choose teller so that I may at least practice dealing with customers.

Can bankers invest globally for their own benefit?

Will CSR not provide me with those skills? The majority advises me to pursue the CSR role because it will teach me a little bit of everything; nonetheless, customer-facing skills are essential.

Also, don’t be concerned about your major. I stumbled into banking to pay for education (journalism degree) and have been promoted so many times that I am no longer pursuing my degree.

Customer support in the form of a call center? Or like a customer service representative in a store?

More information, in my opinion, is required before making a recommendation. Can you afford these low-paying professions, regardless of your major? Why do you want to work in banking if you intend to work in low-wage jobs?

Without a doubt, CSR. CSR roles in my bank are viewed as a stepping stone to higher-level employment.

To work in customer service and perform a good job, you must understand a lot more than just what is taught at the branch level. It will be much easy to move later on. In retail banking, you’ll only ever advance by sales, not necessarily through knowledge or talent.

Customer care. Always the greatest way to begin because you’ll end up dealing with a little bit of everything. Most will not be in-depth, but you will gain a basic understanding of everything. It will offer you an idea of what you want to do next, and because service members are so adaptable, other departments frequently poach them.

That’s fantastic to hear. This gives me confidence that accepting this position is the right decision. Thank you for your help.

If you are about to graduate, you may still have time to apply for “intern” positions in banks and get a much better position. Every year, PNC makes a big deal out of their college interns and places them in management positions, back office positions, and so on. Instead, conduct your research and take that path. One of my banking regrets is that I could have advanced my career more quickly if I had started as an intern rather than as a teller while still in school.

This was completely unknown to me. It shifted my perspective slightly, and I’m definitely going to examine my options now, so thank you very much.

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Check to see if they have a “concierge” position! It’s like being a banker/teller in one, and you learn a lot quickly.

I’m not sure what a CSR at the branch looks like, so I’m thinking it’s a call center job dealing with client concerns.

Teller is a good way to gain branch expertise in working with customers and begin conveying bank goods with them, as I know you’d be able to send clients to bankers as a teller.

At the end of the day, the most important thing is to be honest with your manager and team/to develop a network. That will undoubtedly accelerate your advancement within the organization. I had a friend who had been a concierge for 6 months and had recently been promoted to PB. His ambition is to work for a private bank within the next several years (Citi).

CSR. Especially because you wish to get involved in investing. You can also apply for sales positions at financial firms, and they will license you… I’ve met several people who started out in investment firms and then moved on to banking and financial services.

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