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The Market Supervision Manager (MSM) reports to the Merrill Division Supervision Executive (DSE) with dual reporting to the Merrill Wealth Management Market Executive (ME). The MSM is a member of the Market Leadership Team, along with the Client Relationship Manager. The MSM supports the Firm's business objectives and contributes to the Market's profitability by influencing Financial Advisors (FA) business practices in ways that minimize regulatory and financial risk as well as uphold the Firms' reputation. Ultimately, the MSM protects the Firm, grows the business and serves the client by proactively managing and mitigating risk.
The Market Supervision Manager is responsible for a wide variety of delegated compliance, administrative and business functions related to the Merrill Wealth Management Market Executive's overall managerial responsibilities for parent and associate offices. He or she functions independently, or with minimal guidance, but must keep the Market Executive informed on significant matters and must determine when the Market Executive should be directly involved. The Market Supervision Manager supports the company's business objectives and contributes to market profitability by influencing Financial Advisor business practices in ways that minimize regulatory, financial and reputational risks.
Required Skills: "MUST" have these skills to be minimally qualified.
The ideal candidate is a self-motivated, client centric individual who has:
Series 7, 66, 9, 10 (or equivalent) Licenses required
Series 3, 31 licenses, if warranted
Proven ability to manage risk, make sound decisions by having a deep understanding of industry regulations, supervisory requirements, policies/procedures, wealth management concepts, and financial services products
Ability to speak in terms of client needs and concerns, and coach Financial Advisors on aligning solutions to goals in a suitable and controlled way
A deep appreciation and understanding of our client centric strategy
Strong interpersonal skills to provide coaching to Financial Advisors to mitigate risk through segmentation, disciplined investment practices, and documentation
Strong analytical skills with ability to identify trends, root cause and effects, and implement improved processes to mitigate risk
Demonstrated strong and effective leadership style through clear communication and collaboration with others, making sound decisions with courage and conviction
Strong time management and organization skills with the ability to prioritize appropriately
Prefer Market Supervision Manager experience, or completion of Merrill’s Office Management Team Associate Development Program
1st shift (United States of America)
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Merrill Lynch Wealth Management is a leading provider of comprehensive wealth management and investment products and services for individuals and businesses. We focus on helping all clients pursue their goals by uncovering client concerns and priorities and helping them develop portfolios that align with what they want to achieve, including planning for retirement, ...