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Accounts Clerks

Accounts-ClerksAccounts clerks, also known as finance clerks or bookkeepers, work in all types of businesses and organisations, keeping financial records up to date and helping to prepare accounts.
If you're an organised person with a head for figures and have good computer skills, this could be a job that you would really enjoy.

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Actuary

ActuaryIf you are interested in economics and business, and you are highly skilled in maths and statistics, this job could be ideal for you.
Actuaries use mathematics, statistics and economics to judge probability and risk, in order to solve business problems and help companies and governments to forecast long-term financial costs.
In this job you will be working with a lot of data - researching, analysing and interpreting it. You will need good business sense and an understanding of financial markets. You will also need a logical approach and sound judgement.
To work as an actuary, you must qualify as an Associate or Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of India. This involves studying for professional exams whilst working as a trainee actuary.

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Bank Manager

Bank-ManagerAs the manager of a bank your role would cover managing a team and increasing sales of financial products and services. You would also be responsible for attracting new customers. So if you are interested in finance and want a management role, this could be ideal for you.
To become a bank manager, you will need to have excellent communication and 'people' skills. You'll need to be able to lead your staff. You'll also need to be able to understand financial product rules.
To become a bank manager you could join a bank's graduate management training scheme. Alternatively, you could work your way up to branch manager from other jobs within a branch's operations or by taking a Higher Apprenticeship in Banking.

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Business Advisor

Business-AdvisorAs a business adviser you would give advice and support to help new businesses to start up and established businesses to grow. You might advise on a range of issues including finance and marketing. If you want to use your experience to help businesses, this job could be perfect for you.
You will need excellent spoken and written communication skills. A positive, problem solving attitude will also help you be successful in this job.
To work as business adviser you need experience and a good track record in business management. Most business advisers have run their own business, or worked in management, finance or human resources.

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Company Secretary

Company-SecretaryAs a company secretary or chartered secretary, it would be your job to make sure that your company and its directors follow company law and financial regulations. If you have an organised approach to work, and would like a job dealing with business law and finance, this job could suit you.
You'll be using your excellent communication skills to deal with people at many different levels. You'll also need an eye for detail and have great negotiation and presentation skills.
Most company secretaries have a lot of business experience. Many new company secretaries also have a degree or professional qualifications in business, law, accountancy or public administration.

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