banking and finance

In this article we explore 5 of the most trending jobs in Banking and Finance industry..

The world as we must be aware is in a constant state of change. This holds true, especially for the financial domain. Finance, one of the most important departments of any corporation has changed considerably in the last decade.

A few years back, a career in finance usually implied three labels: Accounting Finance, Taxation Finance or Banking and Finance. Since then the corporate landscape in India has become rich and diverse, there has been a lot of global integration with the presence of more MNCs.

It’s a bold move to make a career that has some advantage in our changing future. Here are Eight areas with the qualifications needed for the same in Banking and Finance that would help you out to get the best jobs.

Area to Explore Qualification to Explore
1. Investment Banking Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
2. Corporate Finance Certified Financial Planner (CFP)
3. Equity Research International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
4. Project Finance Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA)
5. Commercial Banking Financial Risk Management (FRM)
6. Credit Analyst Certified Public Accountants (CPA)
7. Wealth Management Chartered Accountants (CA)
8. Risk Management Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

Explore the size of the Banking & Financial Sector and the diverse career opportunities that assure growth and stability.

Find the Top 5 Jobs in Banking and Finance below,

1.  Financial Accountant
Financial accountants manage a company’s financial accounts to guarantee that they are properly managed and distributed. It basically includes analyzing all the different aspects of a business, evaluate important financial perspectives and metrics, and then review and report the results to the higher-ups, like shareholders and executives. As many major decisions are based on the work of a financial accountant, employees at large corporations can earn a significant salary.

2. Financial Analyst

Financial analysts manage people and businesses in making investments. Whether it is through the stock market, bonds, or other investments, financial analysts are money experts. They analyze the information they get from the stock market, company annual reports and conjure up plans for investing or not investing. Financial analysts engage with companies leaders and individuals, write reports and work with a broad range of people and financial institutions.

3. Business Analyst

A Business Analyst is someone who analyses an industry (real or hypothetical) and intends its methods and operations, evaluating the business model and its combination with technology. The role can also be defined as a link between the business problems and the technology solutions.

4. Loan officers

Loan officers help individuals and organizations in practicing for loans, evaluate the individuals’ creditworthiness and help them decide the most suitable type of loan for his/her requirements. Employers usually demand loan officers have a bachelor’s degree in finance, economics or a similar field. Loan officers will find expertise in banking, lending or sales and knowledge of computers to be huge assets in their job search.

5. Teller

A Teller deals directly with most customers. In some places, this employee is known as a cashier. Teller’s are recognized as a “front line” in the banking business because they are the first people that a customer sees at the bank and are also the most likely to identify and stop fraudulent transactions.

Conclusion

If you are looking to grow into the financial sector, you can explore career opportunities at financial institutions. Take an account of the above emerging careers to create out a position in an exciting field.