BANKING & FINANCE
Bank tellers are responsible for accurately processing routine transactions at a bank. These transactions include cashing checks, depositing money, collecting loan payments and processing withdrawals.
Chief financial officers (CFOs) are responsible for an organisation’s day-to-day financial operation.
Company secretaries are responsible for ensuring that an organisation complies with standard financial and legal practice and maintains high standards of corporate governance.
Estate agents market and sell property for clients, negotiating between buyers and sellers.
The role of a financial accountant involves overseeing the financial accounts of a company, by keeping track of, and reporting on a company’s financial transactions.
Fund managers provide financial advice and services to private and corporate clients about a range of investment matters, including buying and selling investment trusts and shares or bonds.
Insurance underwriters decide if applications for insurance cover (risks) should be accepted and, if so, what the terms of that acceptance are.
Internal auditors provide an independent and objective assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of a company’s operations, specifically its internal control structure.
The role of a management accountant involves overseeing a organisation’s accounts, with an internal focus on preparing financial analysis to aid business decision making.
Accountants study how businesses track their income and assets over time. They analyse, report and give advice on the financial dealings of organisations and individuals, and advise on associated record-keeping and compliance requirements.
Operations managers oversee the production of goods and/or provision of services.