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Wealth and Investment Management (WIM) businesses build enduring client relationships through sound, thoughtful and objective advice. We help our clients by developing individualized plans for everything from retirement goals to business succession planning, to family legacy intentions. Services include comprehensive planning and advice, investment management, brokerage, private banking, estate planning strategies, trust, insurance and both individual and institutional retirement.
Wealth Management (WM): Wealth Management business is a leading provider of financial services to high-net worth clients through Wells Fargo Private Bank, and to the affluent segment through partnerships between Wealth Brokerage Services and the Community Bank. In Wealth Management, clients are provided with a complete range of solutions to help them manage, preserve and transfer their wealth.
This Philanthropic Sr Advisory Specialist is a specialty fiduciary expert with a focus on Philanthropic and Charitable advising who applies deep knowledge and skills in the area of trust and estate matters, investment management, wealth transition, and financial planning to serve high net worth clients with complex planning needs. May partner with a Relationship Manager or act as Relationship Manager in serving clients. Contributes to growth of the specialty wealth management business by participating in and initiating new client acquisition through leveraging fiduciary skills and specialized knowledge in the marketplace. In some cases, may administer and manage the risk of moderately complex trust accounts in order to develop or expand relationships. As the relationship manager for a book of business, identifies and addresses issues with clients, underwriting/accepting new accounts, administering, terminating, distributes moderately complex account material.
Proactively engages with clients in specialty wealth planning related conversations; collaborates with partners to develop and propose solutions. Provides analysis of client's total financial situation and offers creative thinking to arrive at workable solutions. Communicates directly with clients, business partners and Centers of Influence including external resources i.e. accountants, attorneys, who are related to the client relationship as part of day to day administration. May be a team lead. This LO position has customer contact and job duties which may include needs assessing and referring those customers interested in a dwelling secured product to a SAFE team member. This position includes assisting customers without taking an application and without offering or negotiating terms of a dwelling secured transaction. Individuals in a LO position also must meet the Loan Originator requirements under Regulation Z (LO) outlined in the job expectations below.Required Qualifications
- 8+ years trust/fiduciary experience demonstrated through work, military or education experience
- A Master's degree or higher
- Ability to generate successful business development relationships
- Knowledge and understanding of fiduciary law and federal regulations
- Knowledge and understanding of institutional investment management or endowment/foundation management
- Knowledge and understanding of philanthropic concepts
- An active CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (tm) certification
- Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA)
- Established network in the local market
- CAP designation
- Significant experience with family philanthropy, including private foundations, donor advised funds, split-interest trusts, family retreats, workshops and meetings
- Experience in wealth management with net worth clients of at least five million dollars
- Extensive knowledge and understanding of financial and estate planning, fiduciary/trust, wealth transfer, leverage, multiple asset class usage, asset allocation strategies, and taxation
- Local market knowledge; extensive local philanthropic network; strong networking skills and a passion for philanthropy
- Individuals in Loan Originator (LO) positions must meet the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau qualification requirements and comply with related Wells Fargo policies. The LO qualification requirements include meeting applicable financial responsibility, character, general financial fitness and criminal background standards. A current credit report will be used to assess your financial responsibility and credit fitness, however, a credit score is not included as part of the evaluation. Successful candidates must also meet ongoing regulatory requirements including additional screening, if necessary.
- All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.
Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.