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Wealth Management Managing Directors

Work Environment

A day in the life of a managing director can be very busy, involving lots of meetings with the investment team, phone calls and in-person consultations with current and potential investors, and hours at their desks brainstorming new investment, marketing, or staff training ideas. Managing directors are often supported by administrative staff (secretaries, clerks, etc.), and they usually have large offices that are equipped with the latest office equipment and computer technology. Approximately 50 percent of top executives worked more than 40 hours a week in 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. 

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