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What are the Job Opportunities for Finance Graduates?

A Master’s degree is considered to be a major asset within the finance industry. It has the potential to open many doors for students who are looking to kick-start their careers in finance. Here is a list of potential career opportunities with a Masters in Finance added to your academic career. Read on.

Finance Graduates

  • Corporate Investment Banker − Corporate investment bankers are hired by business enterprises to carry out financial research to develop financial solutions. Which is why they are expected to possess a keen interest in finance with the ability to understand how money is made and invested. These professionals work to achieve financial goals and provide strategic advice by identifying and securing financial deals for their clients (a company, institution or the government).
  • Financial Analyst − Financial analysts combine their knowledge, skills and interests in evaluating investment opportunities for their employer. They are considered experts at providing guidance and recommendations for the best course of action for their employer’s future investment decision. These professionals expected to be aware of current market trends as well as all investment opportunities within their specialist area. Their employers range from non-profit organisations, government institutes, individual banks, pension funds and insurance firms.
  • Financial Advisor − Working as a financial advisor will require you to spend time providing specialist advice and guidance to your clients on how they can manage their money. These individuals specialise in a range of just of expertise, including investments, savings, estate planning, mortgages, taxes and pensions. They provide professional recommendations for their clients by analysing the marketplace and ensuring that the client has all the necessary information to make a well-nurtured decision to secure a sale.
  • Stockbroker − Stockbrokers possess exceptional analytical, negotiation and communication skills to advise their clients on making informed decisions, such as investing in the right stocks and markets at the appropriate time. They keep up-to-date knowledge of financial and tax legislation affairs to ensure that the guidance given by them to their clients is highly accurate. They conduct ongoing market research to update their clients directly with new investment opportunities.
  • Actuary − Actuaries are mainly hired by investment banking, corporate finance, pension funds and insurance companies. Here, their main role is to help their employer or clients take necessary action to minimise the possible risks and financial costs that are associated. They utilise financial and statistical theories to assess the likelihood of certain events occurring and present such technical and complex information in a way the non-specialist client can understand.

If you are already hooked on to the professional duties mentioned in this blog, it is time that you get your master’s degree in Finance as soon as possible. Good luck!

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