- New York, NY, USA
- Permanent, Full time
- 24 Apr 18
Senior Associate, Business Development - Financial Institutions Group
Location: New York, NY, USAThe Role
An individual contributor providing administrative and customer support in order trow mandates and revenue for the Financial Institutions Group.
- Provide team with administrative support in relation to business development and reali including preparing engagement documents and promotional materials, liaising with Account Management, Billings, GMO, Marketing and Collections teams as required.
- Conduct credit and research analysis for prospective customers to establish opportunities for new mandates.
- At the Manager's request, independently respond to customer queries and follow-up actions from Business Development client meetings, ensuring an excellent level of customer service is provided.
- Review publications to identify market developments which can be leveraged for new business and report findings to the Business Development team.
- Under direction from the Manager, coordinate calling program for prospective customers and intermediaries within territory or line-of-business in an effort to secure meetings for senior team members
- Attend prospective client meetings with the Manager and participate in pricing discussions with clients, under the supervision of the Manager .
- Provide administrative support to senior team members to ensure the effective on-boarding and handover of new customers to Account Management.
- Responsible for maintenance of internal databases in relation to customer information .
- Under the supervision of the Manager, responsible for liaising with external parties such as issuers to resolve customer issues. Escalate any complex issues to senior team members, as appropriate.
The MIS Commercial group drives MIS's sales and marketing efforts, product development and strategic initiatives.
- Undergraduate degree preferably in finance, accounting, business or economics.
- 2 to 4 years of relevant work experience in the financial services industry.
- Demonstrate solid working knowledge of Capital Markets and consistently and effectively applies knowledge to their existing role .
- Strong verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work effectively with and contribute to a large and diverse team
- Ability to prioritize and to meet tight deadlines
- Ability to be proactive and exercise initiative
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