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Head of Wealth Planning, Vienna

Dienstort Wien Unternehmen Henley & Partners Group Holdings Ltd.
Beschäftigungsart Vollzeit Position Abteilungsleitung Gehaltsangabe k.A. /brutto Jetzt bewerben


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Head of Wealth Planning, Vienna

Henley & Partners is global leader in residence and citizenship planning. Each year, hundreds of wealthy individuals, families and their advisors rely on our expertise and experience in this area. Our highly qualified professionals work together as one team in over 25 offices worldwide.

The firm also runs a leading government advisory practice which has raised more than USD 6 billion in foreign direct investment. We have been involved in strategic consulting and the design, set-up and operation of the world's most successful residence and citizenship programs.

Henley & Partners’ continued growth has created the need for a Head of Wealth Planning, based in the firm's Vienna office. Henley & Partners is intensively working with global banks, family offices and law firms and wants to further strengthen the collaboration.

The candidate will report to the COO and will lead and develop Henley & Partners' wealth planning and sales team, which focuses on negotiating cooperation agreements and setting up the collaboration with banks, family offices and law firms. The ideal candidate must hold a relevant Bachelor's or Master's degree and must have gained vast experience in working with HNWIs, ideally in a private bank, asset management, tax or law firm.

Henley & Partners expects a minimum of 3–5 years of relevant experience and is looking for a team player with strong analytic and communication skills and a sense of entrepreneurship.

Applications can be submitted through the careers section at henleyglobal.com or by email to recruitment@henleyglobal.com

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