• How top banks like Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan train young advisors to work with ultra-rich clients

    1 day ago - By Business Insider

    Goldman Sachs analysts have to train for two years before working with the bank's wealthiest clients. Kingfisher Productions
    Private banks cater to the wealthiest clientele, who typically have at least $10 million in assets.
    The advisor training can take years and spans from case studies to voicemail training.
    Insider spoke to 4 top banks about how they prepare bankers to work with their most prized clients.
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