Deputy / Sub-Team Head - Corporate Banking (Budget HKD 60-70k X13) Deputy / Sub-Team Head - Corporate Banking (Budget  …

JAC Recruitment
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 06 Aug 20
HKD 60-70k X13 (Bonus around 3-6 months)
JAC Recruitment
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 06 Aug 20
HKD 60-70k X13 (Bonus around 3-6 months)
Posted by:
Kelvin Lam • Recruitment Specialist – Commercial & Corporate Banking
Posted by:
Kelvin Lam
Recruitment Specialist – Commercial & Corporate Banking
Our client is a fast growing bank. They are looking for candidates to join as a Deputy / Sub-Team Head - Corporate Banking (Budget HKD 60-70k X13)

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain customer relationship with Commercial, Local Corp, Blue-Chips & PRC Clients.
  • Explore new business opportunities and actively participate in the marketing and selling of bank’s corporate financial services in the areas of Trade Financing, Cash Management, FX, Loan Syndication, DCM, IPO, Project Finance, Structured Finance.
  • Conduct credit analysis and prepare credit proposals

 

Requirements:  

  • Experience in handling Corporate Banking Clients (MME / Local Corp. / China Corporates, 2nd-tier SOE, POE) is an advantage
  • University graduate in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics or related disciplines
  • Min 6 years' solid experience in commercial / corporate lending and marketing with related team management experience. 
  • Good credit analysis, report writing and communication skills
  • Proficient in both spoken and written English and Chinese, Putonghua is preferred

 

*We offer*

Attractive remuneration packages along with annual discretionary bonus and generous employee benefits to the right candidates

"Interested candidates, please send an updated CV to kelvin.lam @jac-recruitment.com and CC jac.hk @jac-recruitment.com"

 

Please contact Kelvin, Commercial & Corporate Banking Consultant at 2585 6731 for further discussion

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