Job Vacancy |​St. James’s Place Wealth Management


St. James’s Place Wealth Management


Graduate financial adviser – Shenzhen

  • Introducing St. James’s Place
  • An award-winning, FTSE 100 company founded in 1991
  • A FTSE 100 company with a market capitalisation of c.£5 billion
  • Our clients trust us to manage, on their behalf, £95 billion of their funds
  • Substantial centralised technical resource – supporting client outcomes
  • A distinctive approach to investment management*
  • We underwrite our advice with a guarantee**

Overview of the New Entrant Programme (NEP)

  • A 9-month training and development programme incorporating three Key Phases working alongside an established Mentor Partner
  • The Programme will close with a final Assessment day to ensure the New Entrant is ready to graduate as an Adviser or Associate Partner

Supporting Your Business

Our training programme provides you with all the help and support you need to gain the qualifications, skills and knowledge required to build a professional financial advisory business in Asia. The training programme incorporates time spent in the classroom, practical training in the field with your Mentor Partner and dedicated Management team and home study spread across 9 months.

Skills and attributes of a successful Wealth Manager?

  • Motivated, a natural self-starter
  • Entrepreneurial and eager to build your own business from the ground up
  • Approachable and possess natural people skills
  • Have an existing network and relationships with individuals and professionals within Asia

What does our ideal candidate look like?

  • Disciplined, an existing network, integrity, resilience, competitive and determined, good communicator, coachable

In addition

  • Native English speaker
  • 2+ Years work experience at a minimum
  • Demonstrate a proven successful track record of their existing career
  • Evidence they have sufficient resources to make the transition to their new career
  • Interested in applying?

Contact for more information or for a confidential meeting request to discuss the new entrant programme.