Merrill Wealth Management is a leading provider of comprehensive wealth management and investment products and services for individuals, companies, and institutions. Merrill Wealth Management is one of the largest businesses of its kind in the world specializing in goals-based wealth management, including planning for retirement, education, legacy, and other life goals through investment advice and guidance.
Merrill’s Financial Advisors and Wealth Management Client Associates help clients pursue the life they envision through a personal relationship with their advisory team committed to their needs. We believe trust comes from transparency. Our trusted advisory teams are equipped with access to the investment insights of Merrill coupled with the banking convenience of Bank of America.
At Merrill, we empower you to bring your whole self to work. We value diversity in our thoughts, business, and within our employees and clients. Our Wealth Management team represents an array of different backgrounds and bring their unique perspectives, ideas and experiences, helping to create a work community that is culture driven, resilient, results focused and effective.
The Associate Client Relationship Manager (ACRM) supports the Firms business objectives and contributes to the Markets profitability and revenue growth by ensuring the service expectations of our clients are met and exceeded, while also balancing risk and exposure to the firm. Ultimately, the CRM serves the client, protects the firm, and grows the business by proactively managing the client experience across the Market. A training role to learn and understand the role before taking over a full CRM role.
The ACRM is a direct report to the Division Client Relationship Manager (DCRM) with dual reporting to the Merrill Wealth Management Market Executive (ME). The ACRM functions as a member of the Market leadership team. The ACRM partners with the Market Client Relationship Manager in managing the Client Associates, Service Support Staff, and the Market's Operations functions where responsibilities include Funds/Securities Receipt & Processing, Wire & Order and Document Control where the review and approval of all Client Financial transactions takes place. Additionally, the ACRM role will participate in the overall delivery and management of the client service experience for the Market.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Key Qualifications for the role:
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40
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