Role/ Team Summary
The International Liquidity and Investment Management team is responsible for the development and deployment of solutions to clients for liquidity, investment, and transactional foreign exchange solutions. Working with partners across Global Product Management and other stakeholder groups, this individual is responsible for the quality, profitability, and competitiveness of products as they are developed and delivered to our clients.
- Responsible for most complex international iLIM & FX deals and opportunities.
- Provides product knowledge, education, and information to TS Cash and Trade Origination to allow identification of liquidity, investment, and transactional FX products, opportunities.
- Works with TS Cash and Trade Origination on more detailed calling efforts, including providing marketing material and pitch books.
- Structures very complex internationally focused solutions.
- Develops specific pricing.
- Provides TS Cash and Trade Origination with detailed outline of the parameters and conditions of each facility including product advice for credit submission.
- Works closely with TS Cash and Trade Origination, relationship bankers, Credit and Risk Management to manage credit risk and processes.
8+ years of experience product management, cash operations, or cash sales required.
Bachelors Degree required.
Advanced Degree preferred.
Excellent computer skills including a working knowledge of database management, spreadsheet and presentation software packages.
Strong Analytical, teamwork and communication (written, presentation and oral) skills required.
Experience in strategic planning development.
Equal Opportunity Employer
"It is the policy of The Royal Bank of Scotland, PLC to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all colleagues and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, veteran or military status, marital or domestic partner status, or any other factor protected by federal, state, and/or local laws."
Royal Bank of Scotland Group - 22 months ago