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Financial Advisors: Get on the Fast Track To Partner
Are you a Financial Advisor that always hits your numbers, creates a solid pipeline of clients and has the entrepreneurial drive to succeed every day? All your hard work and success deserves to be rewarded--yet it will likely take you many years to become eligible for Partner status at your current firm. At New York Life we can take your talent and tenacity and put you on a track that will take your career to the next level. And we are hiring only the best IMMEDIATELY!
New York Lifes market share, stability and longevity turns Advisors into partners under its dynamic Fast Track to Partner Program under the leadership of New York Life Partner Mr. Bobby Sahni in our Tysons Corner offices.
NYL is the largest Mutual Insurance Co. in the nation, with our Tysons Corner office being a Top 10 office in the U.S. We are #1 in the U.S. holding an 11% market share in Life sales and 32% market share in Income Annuity sales. MainStay Funds, a proprietary fund family of NYL, was voted the #1 fund family by Barrons-Dow Jones in 2012.
As a Financial Advisor, your job would entail working with Middle, Advanced, and Small Business Owner markets, making recommendations on financial solutions, investment plans, insurance products, etc. New York Life offers countless resources and several opportunities for growth within the company for those who are interested in succeeding.
Advisors have access to:
13,000 mutual funds
Fee-based Financial planning
Fee-based Investment Advisory services
A wide array of Insurance & Annuity products
Benefits of joining NYL:
We will sponsor and pay for all Securities and Insurance licenses, including Series 7, 6, 66, 63, and CFP, CLU, and CHFC designations
Full medical benefits
Pension plan
Marketing support and funding
Competitive compensation package + training allowance for the first three years
For immediate consideration, please call Suzanne at 703-943-8693 or email your cover letter and resume to

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