With over 2.1 million Vietnamese Americans in the United States1, you’ll be empowered to help countless families meet their goals. Your cultural understanding will be vital in helping to provide financial security and peace of mind to members of this community.
If you’ve completed your MBA in the past 24 months or have previous management or business-owner experience, the Management Fast Track program may be your perfect career path.
In the program, qualified individuals move quickly into management after demonstrating their ability to perform in their financial professional career.
We provide a range of in-language materials and additional resources to help you better serve the Vietnamese community as a financial professional, including:
We can help you develop an even deeper connection to your community through:
As a financial professional at New York Life, you'll run your own practice with the support of a Fortune 100 Company. We are proud to offer support that will grow your career, with an extensive range of virtual education, mentorship opportunities, and other resources.
If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and a drive to help others, the only limit to your commission-based compensation is your ambition and sales. You’ll also have opportunities for advancement and competitive benefits.
Build your career on a rock-solid foundation. New York Life has been a pillar of communities around the country for more than 175 years, and we will continue to be a steady presence for years to come.
We’ve partnered with local organizations, helping us to build bridges to the community. And with the New York Life Foundation’s charitable initiatives, your career will be driven by real purpose.
New York Life is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
1 “Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: May 2019”, U.S. Census Bureau, May 8, 2019
2 “Minority Markets Have $3.9 Trillion Buying Power”, Based on the 2018 Multicultural Economy Report published by the Selig Center for Economic Growth, a unit of the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. March 21, 2019.