Leveraging industry leading tools, resources and services, the Wealth Strategist works with a defined group of Advisors to lead clients through a comprehensive Wealth Impact Planning engagement designed to help clients protect, preserve and control their wealth. The Wealth Strategist addresses estate planning essentials, the role of trusts, lifetime giving, legacy planning, and philanthropic planning. Additionally, the Wealth Strategist leads Advisors and clients through all aspects of implementation leveraging Bank of America trust solutions. The Wealth Strategist is focused on engaging with clients in the $10 million plus wealth segment and delivers Bank of America fiduciary products and services to meet or exceed assigned production and referral goals.
The role involves minimal travel with a tight focus on concentrated advisor segments and leverages virtual client engagements. The Wealth Strategist reports directly to a Division Performance Executive.
Wealth Strategist Skills:
Knowledge of multiple aspects of Wealth Impact Planning and implementation including: property law, estate and gift taxes, planning for incapacity, probate and estate settlement, split interest trusts and charitable giving, fiduciary duties, accounting and taxes, sophisticated retirement planning, fiduciary investing and administration.
Ability to translate and communicate complex concepts and strategies to varied audiences (clients, advisors, attorneys, accountants, internal partners).
Proactive and creative approach to problem solving and skill in achieving client goals while adhering to Bank policy/risk profile.
Consultative influence skills with strong active listening and discovery abilities.
Professional presentation, communication, and relationship management skills and ability to influence decision making
Collaborative and able to work well in a team environment.
Self-starter with ability to work under pressure with minimal hands on direction.
Wealth Strategist Qualifications
5 years of wealth planning related work experience (wealth transfer, financial planning, trust planning and/or experience working with high net worth and ultra-high net worth clients).
Proven track record of successful sales experience working with high net worth and ultra-high net worth clients.
JD, CPA, MBA, CFA, CIMA, CTFA or CFP preferred.
1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:
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