A career in financial advisory is one that is often misunderstood and even shunned. So I sent my 8-year-old son Nathan to AIA Singapore to find out more about the role of a Financial Services Consultant.
Spending the day at AIA Tower, he had the chance to learn from Lim Yi Jie and Sally Wong, both Financial Services Consultants, and Candice Lee, a Premier Consultant.
Coming from different backgrounds and careers prior to joining AIA Singapore, they shared with Nathan their experience, the challenges they face, their role as a navigator who maps the way to their customers’ life goals, what they love about the career and their advice to him and anyone who wishes to embark on a career in financial advisory.
Watch the video. If an 8-year-old can understand that this is not just another job, so will you.
Build your future-proof career
Build a future-proof career that is digitally enabled, has flexible working hours, is recession-proof, and where you can choose your own career path and control your own pace.
The AIA Financial Career Scheme 2020, which provides support to individuals seeking jobs in Singapore’s financial services sector, avails 500 new job opportunities coupled with in-depth training and financial support aimed at fresh graduates and mid-career switchers.
Eligible candidates will undertake soft and technical skills training to enhance their industry employability, as well as receive financial support to sustain them whilst enrolled in the programme.
Discover your purpose at aia.com.sg/AIAFinancialCareer
Produced in collaboration with AIA Singapore, in line with continued efforts by the government of Singapore to create and sustain job opportunities for Singaporeans.
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