As a member of the team supporting the B&M CIB segment, the role holder will be part of team led by the Global Head of CIB Marketing. The CIB Marketing team supports the Global CIB business, to drive business performance and the team also facilitates and assists in the day-to-day running of CIB B&M globally.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
The scope of this role is wide ranging and covers the broad spectrum of the network business. As a consequence, the role will involve a combination of routine, project and ad-hoc work of a strategic and tactical nature. Specific areas of involvement and responsibility will include:
Strategy - preparation of the annual strategy, setting B&M scorecard targets & objectives, business performance metrics and productivity ratios;
Business performance - preparation & presentation of B&M CIB performance, portfolio & client analysis, and the identification of business opportunities including the implementation of key actions;
Liaison - key contact point for global B&M CIB partners, leading B&M CIB involvement in RM Workbench on behalf of B&M CIB;
Finance - working in conjunction with B&M Finance to monitor B&M spend, analysis and forecasting; risk exposures and client strategy;
Client - review and approval of CIB marketing plans globally, tracking monthly, quarterly spend; plans against scorecard metrics, creation of quarterly B&M CIB dashboard;
Governance - ensuring compliance with Group and B&M Policies and regulatory requirements and supporting the B&M CIB team in managing and meeting committee requirements and actions;
Change Management - identifying and driving changes to increase the effectiveness and productivity of the CIB B&M team
Ad Hoc - responding to and resolving any internal or external issues, requests and enquiries as required.
Qualifications and Skills
Due to the breadth of the role, the role requires a high level of proficiency in multiple dimensions, including (but not limited to):
Self-confident person with a high level of drive, dedication, pride and exceptional attention to detail.
Excellent inter-personal skills; with the ability to build lasting and strong internal relationships at senior levels and across borders, developing a strong and broad network of contacts within the Bank.
Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, with proven ability to distil information into incisive reports and presentations.
Excellent analytical, with proven ability to interpret, analyse and present financial information and performance metrics.
Detailed working knowledge and understanding (including business drivers) of CIB.
Strong business acumen, with good knowledge of risk, product and operational activities and processes.
Strong organisational skills with ability to manage multiple deliverables in a timely and effective manner.
The ability to work within a team is important. Responsibilities are often shared with the goal of meeting required objectives - this has to be a collaborative and coordinated effort.
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