Crop And Asset Broker Free Cape X 2

Energy at work - Kimberley
new offer (02/06/2020)

job description

Financial Services giant urgently looking to employ an Independent Contractor within the Free Cape area Northern Cape The successful candidate will be required to promote Commercial products which can include Agric Property as well as Marine insurance Performing a proactive mobile value adding insurance partnership role in the market ensuring that continual close personal attention is given to providing a comprehensive array of customised Insurance solutions tailored to meet customer needs in terms of business growth and potential Duties and Responsibilities Developing and maintaining a realistic new business pipeline to ensure that growth targets are achieved Pro-actively identifying and exploring potential up-selling and cross-selling opportunities when engaging with existing clients Developing and implementing a calling schedule for business leads to establish the insurance needs and to assist potential new business clients to better understand their insurance options Promoting providing advice on selling and structuring a wide and diverse range of insurance solutions customized to best meet the insurance needs of commercial customers Selling refers to acquiring and placing new insurance portfolios on a mobile proactive face-to-face basis Sourcing and taking ownership of sales leads from other divisions within the business Sourcing and taking ownership of sales leads received from other sources outside of the Business Mining and analysing customer data to identify and plan new insurance opportunities Minimum Requirements Matric Must be fully FAIS Compliant Regulatory Exam Certificate RE5 Registered FSP Representative Category 1 and Sub-Category 1 2 and 1 6 Fit and Proper as determined by FAIS legislation Honesty Integrity and Financial Solvency Urgent Hire -Please upload your CV here

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