Asia FX Sales VP, Multinational European Bank
Salary Discretionary bonus
Location Hong Kong
Consultant Mirjam Gustafsson
Date posted 17 October 2016
The Bank, a multinational European bank, is looking for an FX Sales Associate or VP to join their team in Hong Kong focusing on their FI and NBFI client segment.
Drive and build out the North Asia Client business, with focus on China and Taiwan based accounts
Key Responsibilities / Accountabilities:
- Service the bank’s institutional FX clients in Northern Asia by providing market colour, information and promoting our research and product capabilities
- Revive and maintain the existing institutional clients and help to win new Banks and Non Banks Financial institutions clients in Asia to increase revenue and flow
- Build strong and solid relationships and communications within the other sales centres.
- Achieve sales credit budget both hard and soft dollar
- Work on cross-selling with other businesses lines, in particular trading, research and trading and Fixed Income where appropriate
- Excellent knowledge in FX and Fixed Income and their derivatives
- Strong communication and marketing skills
- University Degree
- Minimum 5 Years relevant experience
- Existing relationship with the major Chinese Banks including PBoC / SAFE and Taiwanese institutional clients
- Local Language Skills, fluent in Mandarin and English is a must
About the bank: The Firm provides various banking products and services in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.
The company’s Corporate & Investment Banking Business segment provides investment banking; financing and advisory services; and portfolio and pricing management for managing leveraged, project, aircraft, and commodity finance transactions. It also provides global transaction banking services in the areas of cash management and e-banking, trade finance, supply chain management, and global securities services.
In addition, this segment is involved in the corporate banking operations, such as rates, integrated credit trading, FX, CEE trading, commodities, equity derivatives, and treasury products.