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  • To manage and sustain a portfolio of Corporate customers, building long-term relationships founded on efficient and reliable support for their business. This is achieved particularly through quick risk decisions and managing consistency and quality of operational service.
  • The primary objective is to maximize sustainable risk-adjusted portfolio contribution.
  • The jobholder will additionally be responsible for business development both with new customers and with his/her existing portfolio.

Essential/Basic Qualifications


Technical skills / Competencies


  • Ability to relate and influence stakeholders at all levels.
  • Knowledgeable in risk management issues
  • Professionalism
  • Ability to work in teams
  • Product knowledge: Lending, Cash management, Treasury and Trade
  • Demonstrated ability in both written and spoken communication
  • Demonstrated ability in sales and negotiations
  • Good knowledge in credit procedures, monitoring and financial analysis


Knowledge & Skills: (Maximum of 6)


  • Has a good knowledge in corporate lending especially to state owned enterprises, ministries, departments and agencies, etc.
  • Knowledgeable in Trade transactions and its associated processes.
  • Have a minimum 3 years’ experience as a Relationship Manager managing clients in the Corporate space
  • The jobholder will be required to have a detailed knowledge of the core set of corporate products.
  • Proven track record in sales.
  • Excellent understanding of credit and associated risks
  • Analytical skills for preparing credit applications
  • Acquaintance with Windows, Excel, Power Point, Word

A university degree or its equivalent.

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