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Relationship Manager Indonesia Eximbank
Job Posted Date : 2019-04-10 17:48:14
Job Reference : J118142
Industry : Not Given
Job Position : Relationship Manager
A Relationship Manager could work in either Retail or Wholesale Banking and is required to help and advice clients; Relationship Manager needs to cater to individual clients while trying to generate new business and clients; A Relationship Manager would primarily deal and advice clients/customers on various banking and financial products and services offered by the bank. A wholesale Relationship Manager would be catering to the corporate clients like SME's or large corporations.
Salary : Confidential
Years of Experience : 2 years or more experience
Work Location :
Benefits: Maternity & Paternity Leave, Retirement Benefit Plans, Life Insurance, Medical / Health Insurance, Medical, Prescription, Dental, or Vision Plans, Transportation Allowances, Performance Bonus
Company Address : Prosperity Tower, Lantai 1 District 8, Kawasan SCBD, Lot 28, Jl. Jend. Sudirman No.Kav. 52-53, RT.7/RW.3, Senayan, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta City, Jakarta 12190
Contacts : Not Given
Company Info : Established in 2009, Indonesia Eximbank or Lembaga Pembiayaan Ekspor Indonesia is a financial institution under the Government of the Republic of Indonesia. Its main objective is to boost national export growth and to assist exporters in expanding their business capacity. Indonesia Eximbank is committed to promoting Indonesian exporters as respectful business players with world-class export products and services to the global market. Indonesia Eximbank provides national export financing services for business enterprises, both legal entities and non-legal entities, including those domiciled within and outside of Indonesian territory. By offering these services, Indonesia Eximbank aims to accelerate Indonesia’s foreign trade growth and increase competitiveness among business agents, while acting as a facilitator in export-focused government policies. Indonesia Eximbank continuously increases its funding capacity by issuing bonds and providing third-party loans. Through consistent empowerment and development efforts for SMEs engaging in export activities, Indonesia Eximbank regularly attracts new exporters seeking to expand their businesses. To accomodate the needs of business agents all over Indonesia, Indonesia Eximbank currently has a network of 6 (six) offices located in cities spread throughout Indonesia’s vast string of islands. Apart from our head office in the nation’s capital of Jakarta, Indonesia Eximbank has 4 (four) regional-level offices located in Medan, Surabaya, Surakarta, and Makassar, as well as 3 (three) marketing offices in Batam, Balikpapan, and Denpasar. Tasks and Functions 1. Supporting national export programs through export financing; 2. Providing financing for transactions or projects that are not viable for commercial banking, but are considered prospective to boost national export; 3. Assisting banks and financial institutions in overcoming any difficulties in extending funding for exporters deemed as commercially promising and/or essential for Indonesian economic growth. Vision To become an eminent and credible Eximbank in its aim to boost national export on a global scale. Mission 1. To establish a conducive business environment suited to achieve sustainable national export growth; 2. To provide high-quality national export financing and consultation services to accommodate Indonesia’s exporting needs, and; 3. To assist business players, including SMEs, in producing competitive, world-class, export-oriented products. Indonesia Eximbank may conduct training and offer consultation services to banks, financial institutions, exporters and producers of export goods, specifically micro, small, and medium-scale enterprises, as well as consumers’ cooperatives. Other than the services mentioned, Indonesia Eximbank is authorized to conduct programs that supplement their duties and authorities, provided that these programs are not in conflict with the institution’s legal basis, Law No. 2 Year 2009.