Financial Services Planning Jobs

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  • Hourly – Less than 1 month – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
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  • Fixed-Price – Est. Budget: $50.00 Posted
    This is a quick and high paying job offer. Just need a VBA Macro code that can allow to automatically download the financial statements (cashflow, blalance sheet and income statement) of any company ticker that I enter. Source to download from is and (previous 5 years data). Download files can be saved on excel worksheet or .csv file
  • Hourly – More than 6 months – 30+ hrs/week – Posted
    The company based in Australia is a firm of successful and trusted financial advisors. Retirement Planning, Lending and Finance, Risk and Insurance and the increasingly popular Self-Managed Superannuation are where their strengths come to fruition. They are currently looking for a home based, full time, long term Paraplanner. Purpose of the Role The Paraplanner is responsible for: Overseeing the operational aspects of the risk process within the business for the purpose of driving process efficiency and consistency Supporting and assisting ...
  • Hourly – Less than 1 week – Less than 10 hrs/week – Posted
    I have relatively simple cap table that includes equity and convertible debt. I need a finance expert who can help me create various scenarios that would include examples such as: 1. The existing convertible debt converts to equity at the next funding event. I need someone who can create scenarios that would show how the cap table is affected based on how much is raised at the funding event. 2. If the existing investors want to keep their pro-rata share ...