Building and maintaining relationships with clients and key personnel with customer companies Obtain new sales target by bringing new corporate clients to the bank Manage all existing corporate client relationships Offer assistance/help to customers on all banking matters, including the bank and regulatory requirements, etc Conduct business reviews to ensure clients are satisfied with products and services of the bank Train the Junior Analysts/RMs about sales pitch to clients and analyzing business sites Liaise with other departments (Credit/Loan, Retail, IBD, ICT) in order complete the transaction from beginning to the end Stay up-to-date with banking and market news (local and global news)
Must have Bachelor Degree in relevant fields Desire to work in a dynamic work environment Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain long term relationship with clients Prefer sales and/or banking background Previous sales experience and an organized approach to work Previous experience working as a client relationship manager or a track record of managing client relationships (strongly desired, not required)
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AGD Bank is a private commercial bank in Myanmar. Established in 2010, it has grown to become a major driver of Myanmar’s economic development and has earned the trust of its customers as a supportive and responsible partner. With currently 72 branches, AGD Bank is expanding its services and presence across Myanmar and aims to open its 80th branch in 2018. Our services range from personal accounts, loans, bank cards and local remittances to corporate and international banking, including business packages, foreign currency accounts and foreign exchange and overseas remittanceIn particular, AGD Bank is recognised as a leading promoter of financial technology (fintech) solutions. The bank’s embrace of fintech defines its forward-looking approach, giving it a competitive edge with the launch of AGD Pay, its popular mobile payment app. Always innovating, AGD Bank is also focused on developing fintech’s potential to lower the barriers and cost of banking, making it easier for more people in Myanmar to benefit from its products and to improve financial inclusion across the country.