Position
Client On-Boarding Manager


Recruiter
Bruin


Location
Chester`


Salary
Competitive


Date
31 May 2017


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Our client who are a tier one global investment bank are recruiting now for a Manager to join their Treasury Services group who are based in Chester. This is a great opportunity and an interesting time to join the organisation as you will be required to help build and manage both client and business relationships as well as to lead, grow and develop people to perform.

You will also be directly involved in the evolution and this function’s success within the organisation as the team matures, enabling great exposure to your piers and superiors.

The role will involve;-

management of the EMEA client facing associates whose primary role is to provide on-going servicing support to the EMEA GTS client base. This includes large US multinational and EMEA head quartered corporations, financial Institutions and non bank financial institutions.

driving consistency in servicing through supporting global leads, whilst ensuring that local adaptability is achieved where necessary.

executing the strategy for the team to meet the client, business partners and functional goals of the organisation.

Actively identifying and pursuing initiatives that drive client satisfaction that will make ‘best in class in the market’ by delivering a world class service at the optimal cost to the organisation.

Taking the lead in representing Service and Fulfilment on multiple projects that deliver new product and capabilities. This will be your opportunity to development and build bench strength across the group, to best position the team to meet growth.

All in all this is an excellent example of an interesting and fulfilling role that has left the realms of London and now sits in the North West of the country.
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