Wealth Relationship Manager job in London, Greater London …

Redstone Private Banking Search are leaders in the global provision of search solutions for the international private banking and wealth management markets. With coverage of a wide variety of Private Banks, Boutiques, Family Offices, Wealth Managers, Fund Managers and Investment Houses, Redstone Private Banking can offer tailored search solutions in a changing industry.

Redstone Private Banking Search are currently working with an EAM who are looking to onboard several ‘hunter’ relationship managers / a team of bankers who cover European, Middle East, Asia or NRI clients. This particular EAM also has an invested interest in emerging markets

Key Responsibilities / Tasks

Build and nurture a self-sourced book of HNW/ UHNWI individuals / families with a view to generating a profitable business for the Private Wealth unit

Be proactive and act as an entrepreneur to increase exposure within the target market, carrying out business development and networking to identify new areas for growth and client acquisition.

Undertake responsibility for the performance of the desk and achieving targets set out, whilst ensuring all KYC, AML and other Compliance screenings are adhered to, to the highest standard to ensure quality and compliant onboarding and ongoing monitoring of client relationships.

Be the first point of contact for all managed clients, delivering the highest degree of client service standards.

Role reports into the Head of Private Client Group who reports into the CEO.

Key Qualifications / Experience

5+ years’ experience as a private banker, with 4 or more years as an acquirer of assets/clients.

An existing network within clients in the target market segment should ideally already be in place

A proven track record of cultivating new relations through offering high quality investment services and advice

Ability to work with senior staff and progress with strategic initiatives, supporting the wider business objectives.

Located in London

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