U.S. Bank GCT Relationship Manager 1 in Boston, Massachusetts
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In conjunction with business development officers, responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with Corporate Trust Structured Finance (ABS/MBS) clients with the primary focus of managing the value of these relationships to the organization. Reviews and accepts new client relationships based on business line account acceptance policies and procedures. Provides quality service based on client needs, wants, and expectations; aligns actions accordingly; remains sensitive and responsive to both internal and external clients; builds distinctive predictable levels of service; resolves problems quickly and effectively. Works closely with new business development staff, serving as a collaborative business partner when supporting new business conversations from existing or prospective clients. Identifies business risks and operational challenges and takes steps to mitigate risk and enhance operating systems and processes. Coordinates the development and implementation of operational changes within the unit. May be responsible for meeting certain revenue, new business and expense goals.
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Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience
Eight or more years of relevant experience
Thorough knowledge of corporate trust and investment instruments
Thorough knowledge of account management, trust operations, project management, and legal regulations
Thorough knowledge of the applicable trust line of business, its products, processes, and related bank and regulatory regulations
Ability to develop new business
Effective management skills to include planning, budgeting, and people management
Ability to resolve complex problems with minimal guidance
Ability to communicate quickly with clients to resolve client issues and disputes
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.