Finance-Careers.ppt

Finance-Careers.ppt - A challenging and interesting field...

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A challenging and interesting field Wide variety of jobs
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Finance jobs: major areas Commercial Banking Corporate Finance Financial Planning Hedge Funds Insurance Investment Banking Money Management Real Estate
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Commercial banking: job options Credit Analyst evaluate business and consumer loan applications projecting a company's future cash flow evaluating its current financial soundness visiting and interacting with financial people at businesses and dealing with lenders Loan Officer making loans to businesses and consumers requires good selling skills, an ability to understand a business and a solid understanding of how banking works Branch Manager overseeing all activities at the branch -- opening new accounts, loan origination, solving customer problems, foreign exchange and safe deposit boxes responsible for establishing relations with customers Trust Officer deliver trust services, financial products and advice to bank customers (often more upscale ones) work will give the knowledge of business, investing, estate planning, taxes, probate law and will involve a lot of counseling Mortgage Banker making mortgage loans to homebuyers and businesses involves heavy contact with real estate professionals, credit checks, and dealing with new buyers
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Commercial banking: salaries In 2009: Starting salaries with a bachelor's degree $40,000 - $60,000 Starting salaries with an MBA degree $70,000 - $100,000 After 5-10 years in banking, expect a salary of $80,000 -$120,000
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Corporate finance: job options Treasurer supervision of Treasury department which is involved in financial planning, raising funds, cash management and acquiring and disposing of assets an upper management job; requires both analytical skill and the ability to manage and motivate people Financial Analyst determining financing needs analyzing capital budgeting projects long-range financial planning analyzing possible acquisitions and asset sales visiting credit agencies to explain firm's position working on budgets analyzing competitors implementing financial plans monitoring the the market price of your firm's securities analyzing of leasing agreements and determining needs and methods of dealing with derivatives often may be assigned to a specific area revenue, planning, capital budgeting or project finance
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Corporate finance: job options Credit Manager establishing policies for granting credit to suppliers setting guidelines for collecting on credit and considering whether to securitize receivables requires knowledge of the customer and ability to analyze accounting statements Cash Manager establishing relationships with banks
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  • Fall '19
  • Financial services,  Work

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