• Competitive
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • OCBC Bank
  • 2018-07-23

Senior Regional Manager, Global Financial Institutions, Global Commercial Banking (AVP/VP)

Senior Regional Manager, Global Financial Institutions, Global Commercial Banking (AVP/VP)


Senior Regional Manager, Global Financial Institutions, Global Commercial Banking (AVP/VP)

About OCBC
Having purpose and making a real impact drives what we do at OCBC, for our customers, colleagues and the community. People count on us to deliver an amazing banking experience, but more importantly one that is uncomplicated and complements their changing lifestyle and business needs. Our employees are the architects that make this all possible; they are high performing individuals and teams, experts in their field and above all believe in our purpose and commitment to customers.
Our community of game changers at OCBC builds for the future; think Ambitious goals, act with a strong Belief and execute with Courage and agility to drive impact. These ABCs sit at the centre of our culture of change and innovation. Be a Senior Regional Manager at OCBC, and join our community of game changers.


What you'll do
• To maintain and develop business relationships with FI clients for designated Asia markets.
• To execute of FI loan, cash and trade business, as well as enable cross sell of capital market and treasury products with product partners
• To manage the internal processes of customer on-boarding, credit limit requests to ensure excellent customer experience


Qualifications
What you bring
• Team player (existing team include colleagues based overseas)
• Will to make regional business trips
• Keen interest in regional markets and economies
• Ability to converse in another language will be a plus
• More than 5 years of banking working experience, preferably with general credit skills and basic understanding of trade finance and treasury products
• Self-starter
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to handle changes/uncertainty brought about by rapid regulatory changes and market developments

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