Your new company
This Regional bank is renowned for its broad coverage in Asia. It offers fast-track career development and a central location. Due to business needs, a Relationship Manager is needed to join the Corporate Banking department focusing on maintaining and developing the China Corporates portfolio.
Your new role
You'll be in the Corporate Banking China Corporates to manage and develop business for the targeted customers. You will be responsible for in-depth credit analysis and proposals, as well as conduct regular reviews and quality checks. You will lead business meetings and communicate with clients to solve enquiries on an ad-hoc basis. Your primary responsibility will be to achieve the budgeted revenue targets of the team.
What you'll need to succeed
Your previous experience as a Relationship Manager within Corporate Banking will help you succeed in this role. You will have 4-8 years of experience, with sound product knowledge in trade finance, loans, cash. Teamwork skills and attention to detail are required to give in-depth financial and credit assessment. You're proficient in Mandarin.
What you'll get in return
You'll receive fast-tracked career progression opportunities and work with a team of proactive, ambitious and like-minded individuals. You will be eligible for Competitive Base salary and Annual Discretionary bonus in addition to market-leading fringe benefits.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click Apply or for more information and a confidential discussion on this role or to find out more opportunities in Corporate Banking contact Santis Leung at +852 2230 7450.
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