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Our client is an international asset management firm with an international presence. To cope with their business expansion, they are seeking an outstanding candidate to join them.
As a member of the Asian sales team based in Hong Kong, proactively to promote and build the mutual funds and managed portfolio business. Client base include governments, pensions, charities, insurance company's proprietary money, trust banks and investment consultants, large corporations, FOFs, banks and fund buyers within the China and HK region. To sell the mutual funds and managed portfolio and to achieve sales targets. Identify the targeted China clients within the China/HK region and formulate a calling program to solicit and monitor sales progress. To be able to identify interest and sell the company's funds / managed portfolio mandates to Institutional Clients within the region. Work with the existing team members to provide cross coverage.
To qualify for the position, you should be a Degree holder with a minimum of 10 years relevant experiences in the asset management, banks or financial institutions industry covering China and HK. Possess relevant financial or marketing experience in covering China and HK. Possess an existing client base in the covered region is preferred. Communication fluently in English and Chinese.
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC2915.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)