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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Applies the underwriting rules determined by the technical underwriter.
Claims experts who assess insurance claims for incidence of fraud.
Works behind the counter at a bank branch performing general banking duties. Sometimes referred to as a "Cashier".
Examines the report of the Insurance Surveyor and sets out the policy details to meet the clients insurance needs.
Investment bankers provide financial services for governments, institutions and companies. They advise on such issues as; shares, takeover bids, acquisitions and mergers.
An Auditor is a Professional Accountant who has undergone further post qualification training.
Maintains knowledge of tax code changes and of accounting procedures and theory to properly evaluate financial information. Makes tax returns on behalf of clients.
Plans, directs and co-ordinate activities of workers in bank/financial setting. Establish and maintain relationships with clients, oversees the flow of cash and financial instruments.