|Work Location||Kuala Lumpur|
|Experience Required||5 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Strong opportunities to progress your career
Work alongside fun and friendly professionals
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:
Managing the China Sales Team and assisting in growing the company's client base by targeting retail traders, introducing brokers, white labels, and HNW clients in Greater China.
Working with the CEO to plan sales targets and benchmarks for the sales team and working to achieve these goals monthly and quarterly.
Reviewing client feedback from our customer service and dealing team to identify pain points for clients to suggest and implement areas of improvement.
Assisting in creating new marketing proposals, expo planning, events, and other promotions to further grow the business
Reviewing business goals and relationships status weekly
You have a Degree in finance, business, or quantitative field.
You have at least 5 years’ experience in Financial Sales Management. FX experience preferred.
Experience within Area Sales, Multi-country Sales, National Sales, would be a strong advantage.
Prior experience in MT4 Manager, Admin, and cTrader preferred.
You have in-depth knowledge of financial research production/investment banking
You have solid experience in a regional role ideally including experience covering China, Southeast Asia and Rest of Asia.
You are experienced with Microsoft products, specifically Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
You possess excellent interpersonal as well as written and verbal communication skills.
You are a strong networker & relationship builder
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