For our headquarter in Düsseldorf we are looking for you to start at the next possible date as
Client Service Manager (m/f) Global Corporate Banking Department
The described function is part of Global Corporate Banking Division and it manages the non-Japanese inbound clients (subsidiaries of non EMEA customers located in Germany and Austria as well as partly Switzerland and CEE countries). Together with the Inbound Relationship Manager you are in charge of building and developing a designated portfolio of existing customers and/or potential clients with a focus on credit, operational risk and cross sell opportunities. You report to the Inbound Relationship Manager or in his absence to the Managing Director, Head of Global Corporate Banking, Germany. In the absence of the Inbound Relationship Manager you are the main contact for clients and internal and external stakeholders.
As Client Service Manager (m/f) you take responsibility for various tasks
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A number of benefits await you
Since over 50 years in Düsseldorf
MUFG Bank (Europe) N.V. has its headquarters in the Netherlands and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG). It has the biggest network among all japanese banks in Germany with branches in four different locations. Our German headquarters in Düsseldorf has more than 180 employees.
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|Title||Client Service Manager (m/f) Global Corporate Banking Department|
|Employer||MUFG Bank (Europe) N.V. Germany Branch|
|Job location||Breite Strasse 34, 40213 Dusseldorf|
|Published||December 18, 2018|
|Job types||Other  |
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