U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management Private Wealth Advisor - NMLS in SEATTLE, Washington
Responsible for retention and growth of medium to large size high net worth client relationships. Builds a team of Banking, Trust and Investment professionals around client that meets and exceeds client needs. Incumbent is a highly seasoned financial industry expert capable of handling complex wealth and relationship management issues, providing counsel and expert advice in all areas of Wealth Management.
This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) registration under the terms of the S.A.F.E. Act of 2008 and Regulation Z. You will be subject to the required registration process, which includes a criminal background and credit check. Failure to meet or maintain any of the NMLS registration requirements, including maintaining a satisfactory criminal and credit record, may result in a rescission of your offer or termination of employment.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
10 or more years of experience in high and ultra high net worth client wealth management activities
Excellent relationship management, networking and business development skills
Extraordinary talent for driving business
Extensive knowledge of U.S. Bancorp Banking, Trust, and Investment products and services
Ability to partner with colleagues to identify and service unique clients needs
Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills
Excellent writing, speaking, and presentation skills
Ability to make critical decisions independently
Professional designation such as CFA or CFP is preferred
Job: Relationship Management
Primary Location: Washington-WA-Seattle
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 180026477
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.