Wealth Planning Jobs New Zealand

Are you considering a move to New Zealand for financial planning and investment management recruitment? If so, then AP Executive is here to support you throughout the process.

New Zealand is a superb country to live and work in with its high quality-of-life, great sense of community, and of course, its beautiful nature. In 2021, it was ranked the second safest place in the world, and also has one of the best education systems in the world. So if you’re thinking of relocating with children, they’ll also benefit from an outstanding education. The Kiwis are open, friendly and sociable people while there is lots of cultural diversity here.

Finding top wealth planning jobs in New Zealand is a much easier process with AP Executive. Our wealth planning headhunters offer access to a variety of services, from job alerts and market information, to pre-interview briefing and relocation advice.

Our top wealth planning recruiters work meticulously to match you to the right role, taking into account cultural fit, qualifications and experience.

Some of the many wealth planning roles we have successfully filled are:

  • Head of Wealth Planning

  • Financial Wealth Planner

  • Paraplanner

  • Operations Manager

  • Chartered Financial Planner

  • Private Banking Regulated Financial Adviser/Private Banker

  • Financial Adviser - Private Bank

  • Financial Wealth Manager

First-Class Wealth Planning Executive Recruiters

Allow AP Executive to solve your most difficult hiring challenges. Our wealth planning executive search specialists have a strong track record of helping businesses in New Zealand to recruit the finest staff.

We understand how difficult it can be to compete with other businesses to source top talent. Our financial planning and wealth management headhunters can identify and attract high-quality candidates for a range of wealth planning vacancies.

For support with your wealth planning job search or to discover more about our executive search capabilities, please contact AP Executive today.