At a large wealth management firm, an associate with several years of experience can advance to the position of managing attorney, who supervises the work of other lawyers, paralegals, and legal secretaries. After seven to 10 years on the job, managing attorneys may advance to the position of chief legal officer, the top legal professional at the firm. Some chief legal officers eventually become partners or advance to become their organization’s CEO or chief operating officer, or join corporate boards.
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- Chief Information Officers
- Financial Quantitative Analysts
- Wealth Management Accountants
- Wealth Management Analysts
- Wealth Management Associates
- Wealth Management Compliance Professionals
- Wealth Management Investor Relations Specialists
- Wealth Management Managing Directors
- Wealth Management Risk Managers
- Wealth Management Vice Presidents