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Job Description
Job: Local Relationship Manager
Investment Banking, Sales & Trading, Sales, Strategy role
Full Time Job
Posted on: August 25, 2020
Locations: Malaysia
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Local Relationship Manager

Job ID:R0090468Listed: 2020-08-07
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Location: Kuala Lumpur

Position Overview

Key Responsibilities
Establish new relationships with targeted MNCs by tying in their banking requirements with DBs various product offerings.
Ensure that both existing and prospective clients are fully updated on product trends and regulatory changes affecting cash management, trade finance as well Fixed Income and Currencies.
Strengthen the relationship with the Regional/Global Relationship managers and engage with their clients regional/ global headquarters with product and regulatory updates.
Work with Global and Local Credit Risk Management Teams for the maintenance and setup of existing / new credit facilities.
Execute regional initiatives, directions and targets for GSC in the local market.
As a member in the Team, support the Country GCS Head in setting a vision for long term organizational success at country level and help implement the strategic plans.
Ensure alignment of our client portfolio with current regulatory

Experience/Exposure:
Ambitious with drive to fast-track career
Must have relationship management or sales background
Detailed knowledge of corporate banking products and markets
Proven Excellent customer relationship skills
Natural curiosity to communicate across borders and expand network.
Articulate and fluent in English both in oral and writing
Great presentation skills.
Ability to negotiate and influence others to gain support and achieve a common goal
Superior analytical aptitude

Education/Qualification
Academic Degree and/or MBA holder

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