For entry-level positions, you’ll need to complete a compliance-related internship or participate in a co-operative educational experience during college. This can be at a wealth management firm, in the compliance department of a corporation, or at a regulator such as the Securities and Exchange Commission. To become a chief compliance officer (CCO), you will need five to 10 years of compliance experience; at least half of this time should be in a managerial position. Some wealth management firms prefer to hire CCOs who have law degrees.
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- Chief Information Officers
- Financial Quantitative Analysts
- Wealth Management Accountants
- Wealth Management Analysts
- Wealth Management Associates
- Wealth Management Investor Relations Specialists
- Wealth Management Lawyers
- Wealth Management Managing Directors
- Wealth Management Risk Managers
- Wealth Management Vice Presidents