|Work Location||Kuala Lumpur|
|Experience Required||1 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Excellent training and development opportunities
Fun and friendly professional environment
Attractive salary with uncapped commission
Our client is an established, regulated FX broker, with a decade history of success. As a constantly growing firm. they are working towards expanding the business all across South-East Asia.
You will be responsible for:
Driving business growth by closing sales over the phone (40 per day) from leads delivered via pre-qualified marketing channels and your personal network.
Establishing and maintaining customer relationships to improve cross-selling and up-selling opportunities from existing community members
Increasing the investor’s investment with the company and generating repeat business and referrals
Keeping up to date with industry-related news.
Identifying new business opportunities through activity-based contact
Reviewing and analysing client business trends including supply chain data to identify areas of opportunity for optimisation for each key account.
Profiling and targeting net new prospects
Following the guidance of the head of business development, strategising well thought out responses and marketing tactics with the goal of standing apart from the competition.
You have at least 1 year experience of progressive sales experience within the Financial industry.
You are street smart and college-educated.
Experience with MT4, cTrader, FIX API and Forex preferred.
Having a track record of raising assets and selling products to retail investors is a plus.
You have experience in a regional role ideally including experience covering China and Southeast Asia.
You are a strong networker & relationship builder.
You are highly goal driven and work well in fast paced environments.
You are energetic, enthusiastic, and you love connecting and sharing ideas with others.
Business gains have been wiped out by the pandemic.
Virgin Atlantic is seeking protection under chapter 15 of the US bankruptcy code
The acquisition is said to be over $80 million
Most of them have taken out a loan.
The company added $200 billion to their value this year.