Freelance Forex Introducer
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Business Development Managers - Worldwide - Forex Opportunity for Introducers and Traders
We are partnered with a London company offering trading advice to HNW individuals, UHNW individuals,
institutions, pension funds, and family offices with full FSA registration. Because they are an Investment Boutique, the service is personalised to the individual and their investment objectives. On average they trade over 500 million per month in a variation of currencies.
This is a field based role working from home, you will introduce clients to our trading advisory team who are fully regulated, because of this you will work to stringent guidelines, offering no advice just creating the interest and passing the client over to the regulated team, our business model is straight forward simple one, leaving you to bring in new business without the need to get involved in any advice.
You may have previous experience in introducing clients to Forex be an IFA, ex IFA or Introducer with your own client bank.
Our clients come from many avenues, we have introductions from Accountants, Solicitors, IFA`s, HNW individuals to Institutions. We also have close ties with FCA regulated IFA`s to advise on the suitability of utilising their SIPPS and frozen pensions, enabling the client to have a relationship with the regulated team.
This is a self-employed commission only role but the rewards for sourcing and introducing clients are excellent with a realistic six figure income achievable.
Some of our associates are making an on-going yearly £300,000 plus. All just for making introductions.
Commissions are paid monthly within same day of invoice.
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