OK... I overreacted. Then again, you said, "I'm in a similar situation now", and the OP (cashboy88) has 2 years in 'retail banking', not much of a recommendation for wealth management. Easy to construe with your words that you are at a similar level of experience.nosuchthing wrote:Strong Eagle: Clearly you've had some bad experiences with advisers. Not that it matters to you but I have 9 years experience in Australia as a Financial Adviser. The clients I am used to dealing with range from skilled professionals with incomes inexcess of AUD$150,000p.a. to business owners worth millions. I am also a Certified Financial
Adviser. Which means absolutely nothing to you.
So I think with my experience I would be able to apply for wealth management positions.
I don't think I need to justify my track record with you so you can feel good about yourself. If you are capable of managing your own assets, good for you.
I was asking the OP whether he was able to get his PR so that he could find employment.
Yes, I don't think the LPR scheme actually improves your chances over the regular PR route. The only thing it would eliminate is the chicken and egg situation where you need the PR to work.nosuchthing wrote:Hi Strong Eagle.
Appreciate your response. You are right, I can see how my post may have been construed.
My thoughts exactly with regards to obtaining PR prior to having an EP.
All my research has led me to believe you need to get EP first then work maybe 2 years and then apply.
The Landed PR scheme from what I've read doesn't seem to result in a higher success rate given that you have to pay $1500 to apply.
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