Business Development Manager

We are pleased to be working on behalf of a leading SIPP / SSAS provider who are keen to recruit a Business Development Manager to increase business levels and promote their brand and products to intermediaries / IFA's.

You will be working as part of a small team developing relationships with intermediaries operating within the IFA community such as IFA's, Accountants, Employee Benefits Consultants etc. You will also be responsible for providing technical advice and service to intermediaries ongoing and supporting in developing the companies SIPP and SSAS products / offering.

We are looking for an individual who has a proven track record of developing and maintaining relationships within the IFA community. Candidates will have gained exposure to SIPP / SSAS products from within either a specialist provider or life company. Professional qualifications are preferred however not essential.

Our client is looking to pay a competitive basic of £40-60k as well as offering an OTE of £80k and an excellent benefits package including pension, car allowance, PHI etc.

Reference2282922920
Sector Financial Services
Region West Midlands
LocationBirmingham
Salary£40,000 to £60,000 Basic
Job typePermanent

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