Universal bankers actively interact with customers daily. They open bank accounts, process transactions, and verify account holders' identities. They may also review documents and help resolve complaints. As a universal banker, you have career flexibility. You may offer private banking services or work as a loan clerk.
Universal bankers mostly work with commercial banks and, sometimes, investment organizations. Your specialization determines your specific duties. For example, a loan clerk may process application documents, assess borrowers' financial health, and offer advice. Private bankers, on the other hand, manage accounts, process transactions, and prepare financial reports.
To become a universal banker, you'll need skills like customer relations, management, and organization. You'll also need a degree in business or finance-related fields, as well as relevant job experience. Universal bankers working in investment firms require additional education and certifications.