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Singapore Personal Wealth Management Sales Career Programme

Graduate programmes in HSBC

The Singapore Personal Wealth Management Sales Career Programme is for dynamic, energetic and tenacious graduates looking to become a personal wealth management specialist with a leading global bank. The programme provides you the opportunity to develop your sales skills and gain a professional qualification.

Who can apply?

To be considered for the programme, you will:

  • Have a degree qualification
  • Have a strong interest in sales and in establishing and building relationships with new customers

All offers are conditional upon the candidate obtaining and continuing to hold the requisite work visas, permits and/or approvals.

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What to expect

Supported by experienced managers, colleagues and a wide network of diverse peers, you'll be encouraged to take on responsibility and bring new ideas to the table. You will be valued as an individual and for the contribution you make.

Over the full-time programme, you’ll kick-start your career in sales and start to move forward with confidence. From the outset, you’ll gain an understanding of branch operations and product development through hands-on experience within HSBC’s Retail Banking and Wealth Management business.

Learning, development and support

Our programme will equip you with the skills and experience required to start a successful career with HSBC, as well as the opportunity to develop your professional network with colleagues around the world.

Over the course of the programme, we typically offer:

  • Training and certification to become a qualified sales professional in the banking sector
  • The opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills to take on increasing responsibilities
  • Mentorship from a senior sales manager

 

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