Asset managers trade, manage and invest assets such as capital, bonds, stocks, precious metals, commodities, and real estate on behalf of their clients. You will advise clients on the acquisition of assets and monitor, negotiate, and implement programs to increase asset value and revenue. Your responsibilities include meeting with clients, determining their needs and requirements, providing strategic advice, and managing their assets accordingly. You also need to do regular research on market trends and changes that may impact managed assets. In addition, communicating any needed account changes with clients on time, and collaborating with the asset management team, company analysts, and senior executives are your responsibilities.
A master's degree in business administration may be preferred for this position. Nonetheless, you should be capable of handling multiple client accounts simultaneously while working in a high-pressure environment. You should also have a strong financial background with experience in financial modeling. Your average salary for the year is $77,579.