Full-Time Geojit job openings for Associate Vice President and Portfolio Management Services
Geojit job vacancy for Associate Vice President and Portfolio Management Services
Geojit is a leading investment services company in India with a growing presence in the Middle East. Riding on its rich experience in the capital market, it offers reliable portfolio management services and investment solutions. The gamut of value-added products and services ranges from Equities, Derivatives, Mutual Funds, Life & General Insurance and Financial Planning.
– Vice President
– Associate Vice President
– Portfolio Management Services
• 10-15 years of financial services and capital market experience
• Post Graduate in Management/Finance from accredited Indian/International University
• Should have excellent network and experience in handling high net worth clients.
– To scale up the AUM and meet revenue generation through PMS
– Acquisition & retention of customers.
To know more about Geojit PMS, please visit:- www.geojit.com/pms
Interested candidates may send in their resume to:- email@example.comGeojit Financial Services Ltd.
34/659-P, Civil Line Road Padivattom,
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