Apply NowLocations: Sydney, New South WalesJob Function: Institutional SalesEmployee Status: RegularJob ID: 20153441
The Corporate Salesperson is a strategic professional who stays abreast of developments within own field and contributes to directional strategy by considering their application in own job and the business. Recognised technical authority for an area within the business. Requires basic commercial awareness. There are typically multiple people within the business that provide the same level of subject matter expertise. Developed communication and diplomacy skills are required in order to guide, influence and convince others, in particular colleagues in other areas and occasional external customers. Significant impact on the area through complex deliverables. Provides advice and counsel related to the technology or operations of the business.
Sell separate account services or finance products directly to Corporate clients
Will help team to service clients in relation to the hedging of foreign exchange exposures
Help drive the team's developed strategy across specified product lines
Aid to achieve specified goals in both market and wallet share for the identified client franchise
Originate and execute meaningful transactions
Will independently and/or jointly work within business product to achieve the strategic growth and market share we are aiming for
Partner closely with other key businesses and functions to ensure proper product deployment based on understanding of client
Help foster an environment of collaboration through interfacing with appropriate internal partners to enhance share of mind with clients, increase dialogue and to deliver on expertise
Understand and analyze clients’ businesses and exposures to provide best suited sales solutions in full coordination with all relevant business partners
Work in close partnership with control functions such as Legal, Compliance, Market and Credit Risk, Audit, Finance in order to ensure appropriate governance and control infrastructure
Build a culture of responsible finance, good governance and supervision, expense discipline and ethics
Appropriately assess risk/reward of transactions when making business decisions; demonstrating proper consideration for the firm’s reputation.
Be familiar with and adhere to Citi’s Code of Conduct and the Plan of Supervision for Global Markets and Securities Services
Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.
6-10 years of experience
Previous experience in client-facing foreign exchange related roles with a proven track record on growing and maintaining relationships
An entrepreneurial approach for business origination and developing new relationships
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