Business Development Director - Fiduciary and Trust Services Business Development Director - Fiduciary and  …

Funds Partnership Asia
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 29 Aug 19
Competitive
Funds Partnership Asia
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 29 Aug 19
Competitive
Funds Partnership Asia
Renowned Trust and Fiduciary service provider is looking for a Business Development Manager/Director. My client is a well-known trust,corporate and fiduciary service firm with banking licence. As a part of the expansion plan, they are currently seeking to hire a strong business development manager to cover Asia.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for the revenue & growth of the corporate & private clients in Asian market. You will also focus on company and trust businesses including company formation, management and closure, as well as trust administration. You will specialise in helping clients realize their expansion plans in new business environments and also assume corporate secretarial duties as and when required.

You will also serve general administrative services and assume fiduciary responsibilities.

This would be senior position and potential career development path. Eventually you will be leading the corporate services department, set sales targets for the team and expected to deliver outstanding revenue results.

Key Requirements:

  1. 7-10 years sales or business development experience gained from trust firm, law firm or private bank
  2. Able to demonstrate a proven sales track record
  3. Knowledgeable of Trust structures, WFOE setups, Company Structures.
  4. Have experience Asian sectors
  5. Fluent in English
  6. Excellent communication and presentation skills
Company Overview

Funds Partnership is a global boutique executive search firm specialising in the investment management industry. Due to our clients’ location and language-specific needs, Funds Partnership focuses on 6 core markets: Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Japan, India and Australia – all which have thriving fund ecosystems.

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