- A wealth management firm based in Central Luzon is hiring thousands of wealth managers both within the region and in Metro Manila in the next twelve months.
- The financial services firm aims to contribute to the economy at the same time by giving equal chances to those who lost their jobs amid the recent shutdown and to those who want to enter the finance industry.
- The firm is trying to stay ahead of the anticipated increase in demand for financial services in the said regions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Babylon Financial, a fast-growing wealth management firm based in Central Luzon, is hiring thousands of wealth managers both within the region and in Metro Manila in the next twelve months in a bid to strengthen its workforce to meet the anticipated increase in demand for financial services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The financial services firm aims to contribute to the economy at the same time by giving equal chances to those who lost their jobs amid the recent shutdown. “We aim to be of service both to the investing public and to this country’s talented workforce who are looking for an opportunity to get back on their feet by having a rewarding career amid the pandemic, to those who want to go back in the industry, and to those hardworking people who want to start their career in finance,” Alfred Cardenas, Babylon Financial chief, said in an email interview.
“Our firm not only works with high net worth individuals and families. We are equally focused on providing the same unparalleled level of service to those who need our financial services regardless of their level of wealth. We believe that there’s still a big opportunity in Metro Manila and we are equally convinced that the investing public and consumers in Central Luzon are ready for the kind of services our firm offer,” he added.
When asked what sets Babylon Financial different, Cardenas stated that “…the firm’s brand of service is focused on doing what’s right. And that is helping our clients develop wealth plans and strategies instead of offering financial products first without discovering the needs and goals of our clients.”
“On the other hand, we are very fortunate to have built an effective two-way channel that enables potential clients to find us and vice versa. This gives our wealth managers increased chances of growing their business through our firm while helping our clients succeed financially,” Cardenas added.