I would to know something.
I am 34 old, I teach economy in French university and I did a french “Grande école” in Paris (mainly in economy).
I have a little experience in financial sector (like trainee) few years ago.
And I am now an entrepreneur too, I created a company in wealth management (but my business isn’t extraordinary).
Do you think I can to break into financial sector now ?
What certification or MBA could be useful ?
Thank you very much for your answers.
Have a nice day
What is your definition of the “financial sector”?
Are you staying in France or talking about the US/Canada?
What type of wealth management company did you create?
What do you want to do, specifically?
It’s not too late to be an advisor. If you have programming/coding skills there’s probably some role out there for you. Otherwise…I think it’ll be tough.
Sorry my question wasn’t enough accurate.
Financial sector is very large.
I prefer to stay in France or go to Switzerland.
With my company I help people to select funds to invest. Usually i don’t analyse stocks, I prefer a macro approach.
For example the caia chapter about funds seem interesting for me. I like to read it. Also I like to read books about macro-finance and use them to invest.
Today I have a Master of economy.
So, could I join for example a fund of funds ? Should I passed a certification ? CAIA seem interesting but without strong specialization.
Thank you very much