Providing services to the public and business through banking, fund management and other forms of financial services.
Providing and selling insurance services to the public and businesses.
Working mainly in business, records details of financial transactions and provides advice on financial and tax matters.
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Prepares bank account reconciliation, deals with cash transfers, bonds and equity settlements.
Works on behalf of the insurance company to investigate claims and make recommendations for a fair settlement.
Looks after the sales and customer relations issues that arise in the delivery of pensions products to individuals and organisations.
Arranges financial investments for private individuals and businesses and advises clients on stock trading.
Independent insurance professionals who act as a link between insurance companies and their customers.
Building society managers have overall responsibility for the efficient operation and profitability of their branch.
Ensures the smooth operation and control of the accounts, including expenses and general ledger systems.