Why I love working for Infinity in Vietnam, and you might too!
Written by Adon Beddoes on June 20, 2018.
I began my career in London’s Square Mile back in 2007. I started working in the City straight out of university with no gap year or even a short break. Three years later I was working late and looked out of the office window to see a typically British dark, cold and miserable night and thought to myself “What am I doing here? Surely, there must be more to life?”
And it turned out that there was! I planned my exit strategy and before long I was offered a job in Kuala Lumpur with Infinity. Jackpot! No more drizzly London nights and the chance to work for a company with an ethos and culture which really impressed me. During my time in Kuala Lumpur I was given the opportunity to develop my financial planning skill set and work towards my exams to qualify as a financial advisor.
Fast forward 8 years and I’m still with Infinity but now based in Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon (confusingly, the city has two names). I love the buzz of working in such an exciting city and dealing with expats, who all have amazing stories of their own.
I could give you a hundred reasons why Vietnam is a great place to live, not least the dynamic and fast-growing economy, the affordable cost of living, delicious food, a thriving café culture, weekends away in stunning, exotic locations…. In fact, I’ve written a blog about this which you can check out here.
I love my job as a financial adviser. I have a large client base with the majority of my clients coming from repeat business and personal recommendations, which is very flattering. At Infinity we can find solutions for even the most complex situations, which means that no two days are ever the same.
Infinity has a culture of rewarding hard work and provides staff with incredible opportunities to achieve and progress within the organisation. The company promotes an environment where effort is always recognised and rewarded.
Infinity is a great place to work and I am looking forward to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead within the growing business. The good news is that we are recruiting so you too could leave behind an uninspiring job and grey skies to take up a new challenge in this vibrant and magical city. If you’re interested why not contact Vanessa, who heads up our Recruitment and Training Department, and find out about current opportunities in Vietnam with Infinity? You can drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.