Commonwealth Financial Network

Transfer of Assets Analyst

Job Locations US-MA-Waltham
Job ID
# of Openings
Transfer of Assets
Permanent/ Full-Time


Our Transfer of Assets department is a hard-working yet fun team responsible for all account transfers into and out of Commonwealth. Our group, which spans both coasts, is driven by attention to detail and following policies, procedures, and regulations to a T—all while providing Commonwealth’s signature level of indispensable service.


We are looking for a self-motivated and customer service–oriented team player. The right candidate will quickly earn the trust and respect of our advisors, as well as his or her coworkers.


Key responsibilities 

  • Reviewing and processing requests for incoming transfers
  • Communicating with advisors’ offices to resolve NIGOs, as well as any issues that arise along the transfer life cycle
  • Logging detailed notes and applying statuses to pending incoming transfers
  • Communicating with our clearing firm, NFS, as well as many different delivering firms to troubleshoot transfer issues
  • Serving as an informational resource for our Service Center, advisors, and their staff via queue calls and emails
  • Striving to constantly improve our internal processes

Core strengths 

  • Strong commitment to accuracy, details, and logical decision making
  • Superb analytical abilities and problem-solving skills
  • Keen eye for process improvements and quality assurance
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as listening skills
  • Organized, patient, positive, and ambitious
  • Deadline driven
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Experience working with financial advisors or in an advisory firm a plus
  • FINRA Series 7 registration a plus
  • Desire to work for a department with a culture all its own at a company that prides itself on providing indispensable customer service

Have we piqued your curiosity? Can you see yourself thriving in this opportunity? Let’s introduce ourselves. 


Picture Yourself Here

Imagine keeping company with big thinkers and even bigger doers who share a common purpose to make a profound difference. Figure in an experience-it-to-believe-it culture, massive growth potential, and benefits galore, and you get the full impression. 


We are committed to providing a supportive, equitable environment where you can bring your full, authentic self to your work every day and truly thrive in meaningful ways. Where you can be yourself and belong. Where you can build a career and find community.


At Commonwealth, everyone plays a part in our success story—and in building a more diverse and inclusive workplace, we are broadening our perspectives and capabilities. Together, our potential is limitless. Come join us on the pathway to a brighter future!


About Commonwealth

Commonwealth Financial Network, Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser, provides a suite of business solutions that empowers more than 2,000 independent financial advisors nationwide. J.D. Power ranks Commonwealth “#1 in Independent Advisor Satisfaction Among Financial Investment Firms, Seven Times in a Row.” Privately held since 1979, the firm has headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts, and San Diego, California.


Turning our advisors into raving fans starts by doing the same for our employees. We foster an environment of excellence, growth, rewards, and fun in equal measure, so our employees genuinely enjoy coming to work. Our refreshing workplace culture has earned us 43 Best Place to Work awards—and counting. 


The Fine Print

We care about your online safety as a prospective employee and encourage you to exercise caution when responding to job postings online. Commonwealth will never ask potential hiring candidates to pay or transfer funds as a precondition of interviews or employment, nor will we authorize recruiters or agents to do so on our behalf.


Commonwealth is an equal opportunity employer, making intentional efforts to source candidates from all backgrounds.


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