The financial industry is continually changing – new technology, regulatory updates, shifting demographics – and this is great news for advisors who are internally curious and adopt a mindset of learning in all areas of their business.
Linda Cahill, co-owner and principal of Enza Financial, challenges the notion that men are best suited for the insurance industry. When it comes to the financial services sector, she believes the market for women is huge — and hopes to see more women bring their skills and talents to the industry.
In every new career journey we embark on and every new company we join, we all want to feel valued and supported. Any role is more satisfying when we have someone in our corner who encourages and champions our growth – and that’s exactly what a good mentor does.
Consumers turn to financial services professionals for guidance on their financial well-being, but how do clients ultimately decide which advisors and planners they can trust?
When you have a business that is focused on serving the needs of ultra high net worth individuals, it’s all about developing and nurturing strong relationships. This applies not only to clients but also to the team of professionals at your firm who serve those clients.
It’s something we’ve known all along: a career in insurance is especially engaging and fulfilling. Now, new research from Indeed confirms it. In its report titled ‘Best Jobs for 2019,’ two insurance roles—Insurance Broker and Insurance Advisor—were listed among the top five “hottest” jobs.
Lorrie Baldevia, Principal and COO at AssuredPartners MCM, knows that some people have a preconceived notion of the insurance industry – and in her experience, it’s usually wrong. “I think it’s important for professionals considering a career move to understand that there is a stigma around insurance, a perception that it’s not exciting. But the reality is, insurance is really cool.”