U.S. Bank Emerging Business Group Relationship Manager in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina
Responsible for meeting or exceeding assigned business development expectations and production expectations through outside business development activity and managing existing customer relationships. The Emerging Business Group Relationship Manager contributes to the profitability and growth of Metro Business Banking by building, developing, and managing new and expanding existing client relationships with Emerging Business customers. Typically, these customers are companies with more than $10 million in annual revenues. A large percentage of the Emerging Business Group Relationship Manager’s time is spent on outside business development activities. Responsibilities include: sourcing prospects and developing new customer relationships, managing loan and portfolio credit quality, providing financial advice to clients and prospects, selling appropriate bank products and services to those prospects and clients, identifying and recommending financial solutions to clients and prospects, and making referrals to internal partner product experts as appropriate.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
10 or more years of experience in relationship banking
Strong new business development and relationship management skills
Demonstrated knowledge of credit and credit quality
Strong analytical, decision-making and problem-solving skills
Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills
Ability to work effectively with individuals and groups across the company to manage customer relationships
Job: Relationship Management
Primary Location: North Carolina-NC-Charlotte
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 190016090
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
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.