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Financial Professional Associate

Prudential Advisors Roseville Full-Time
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Financial Professional Associate


Is It Time to Consider Something New?


If you feel like you are moving too slowly along your career path and are inspired by the thought of helping people protect and enrich their lives, we can help you find your passion.

With an average of 10,000 baby boomers reaching retirement age each day, there has never been a better time to enter the financial services industry. 

Prudential is seeking professionals from a variety of backgrounds who are ambitious, people-oriented individuals with a desire to make a difference and own their own future. 



Overall Duties and Responsibilities:


·         Prospect for clients, develop insurance and investment programs and make sales presentations regularly for a broad range of life and non-life insurance contracts and financial products and services sold by Prudential Financial companies.


·         Propose insurance and investment products appropriate to the applicants needs and ability to pay.


·         Make the necessary adjustments in the policyholders portfolio in light of changes in the policyholders needs. Although many transactions are handled by the Customer Service Office, a Financial Professional Associate should understand how to provide services, such as processing loans, surrenders, changes in beneficiary, claims, policy options, and the like, as well as being able to explain to customers the effect of these transactions.


·         Maintain in force the existing insurance and investments products of clients, secure the reinstatement of insurance that has lapsed, and perform all the duties incident to the care and conservation of the business assigned by Prudential. This may apply to all policies, whether or not the insurance was originally sold by the Financial Professional Associate.


·         Maintain records of account, and render when required, on forms provided by Prudential, a report of all business transacted and complete accounting of all monies received on behalf of Prudential Financial companies.


·         Conform to and abide by the procedures, rules and requirements of Prudential Financial companies, of regulatory bodies, and the state or states where the Financial Professional Associate operates.


 



Training:

At Prudential, you will receive coaching and mentoring from experienced managers to help you build a client network during a paid training program.

Prudential provides individualized classroom training, as well as web-based learning resources that begin at the time of hire and provide continued development as you build your career. 

You will have the opportunity to work with dynamic teams to develop innovative solutions that address the diverse needs of clients.


Compensation and Benefits:

We offer competitive compensation and generous work performance-based bonuses. This is an opportunity for you to potentially achieve a six-figure income.


Next Steps

If you are looking for a career with high earning potential – and are up for a new challenge – click “Apply" to connect with our management team. 

*Candidates cannot be currently registered with another broker-dealer. 

Securities, products and services are offered through Pruco Securities, LLC. 

©2018 Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities. Prudential, the Prudential logo, the Rock symbol and Bring Your Challenges are service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc., and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide.

Prudential is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW. The Prudential Insurance Company of America, Newark, NJ and its affiliates. Prudential is an Employer that participates in E-Verify.



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Since 1875, Prudential Financial has helped people achieve financial security and peace of mind. Our success is based on a long history of social responsibility, strong leadership, sound investments and innovative products and services.

The Prudential Friendly Society, founded by insurance agent John Fairfield Dryden, was founded in a basement office at 812 Broad Street in downtown Newark, N.J. It was the first company in the U.S. to make life insurance available to the working-class. The company sold Industrial Insurance, which provided funeral and burial expenses for low-income families, with some weekly premiums as low as three cents.

Four years later, Prudential’s sales extended beyond New Jersey, into New York City and Philadelphia, and the company's customer base expanded to the newly emerging middle class. With growing sales, assets reached $1 million, and in 1885, the one-millionth policy was sold to John Dryden. Renamed "The Prudential Insurance Company of America," Prudential later adopted The Rock of Gibraltar as its company symbol, reflecting the strength and security it offered to customers.

As the twentieth century emerged, Prudential transitioned from a stock company to a mutual company, and business continued to grow. Even during the Great Depression, when policy loans and mortgage delinquencies rose to unprecedented numbers, Prudential remained committed to protecting working families.

The 1940s began a "golden" period for Prudential. Monetary assets grew six-fold, and Prudential continued to expand its product offerings. The company decentralized and over the next three decades opened regional offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Minneapolis, Jacksonville, Houston, Boston and northern New Jersey and a Canadian Head Office in Toronto.

Expansion and growth underscored the latter third of the twentieth century. Prudential marked the 1980s by becoming the first major insurance company to market variable annuities. In 1984, the company introduced Variable Appreciable Life, a major product innovation, that gave customers investment options in which to invest their policy cash values. Growth continued into the following year when Prudential acquired Jennison Associates Capital Corp., a major stock and bond manager for pension funds. Topping off the decade, the company entered the residential real estate brokerage business in 1987 by forming a new subsidiary, The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates.

Prudential entered the 1990s with consolidated assets surpassing $100 billion. The decade also saw a changing of the guard when Arthur F. Ryan of Chase Manhattan Bank, became the first individual from outside Prudential to become chairman and chief executive officer.

In 2001, Prudential marked a major milestone with its demutualization. Prudential Financial, Inc.'s common stock began trading on December 13, 2001, on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "PRU." Since that time, Prudential Financial completed a number of business transactions that include the acquisition of American Skandia, the largest distributor of variable annuities through independent financial planners in the United States, and the creation of a retail brokerage business with Wachovia Corporation forming one of the nation's largest retail financial advisory organizations, Wachovia Securities, LLC.

Prudential Financial's distinctive rock logo and Prudential's name are among the most enduring brands in U.S. corporate history. The company's long history is a testament to the quality it has provided its customers. In addition to the level of service, Prudential Financial is today recognized for the breadth of products and services it provides and continues to be a recognized company of quality financial services at home and abroad.

Prudential Financial companies serve individual and institutional customers worldwide and include The Prudential Insurance Company of America, one of the largest life insurance companies in the U.S. These companies offer a variety of products and services, including life insurance, mutual funds, annuities, pension and retirement related services and administration, asset management, securities brokerage, banking and trust services, real estate brokerage franchises, and relocation services.

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