CHINATRUST INDONESIA BANK,PT
PT Bank Chinatrust Indonesia is a subsidiary of Chinatrust Commercial Bank in Taiwan R.O.C. We have been operating in Indonesia since the year of 1997. We emphasize on Caring, Professional and Trustworthy as our core value which reflects in every employee's behavior, action and decision making process.
In order to support our commitment to be the best and the most prudent bank and to expand our business, we are looking for best talent to fill in our vacant position include,
Financial Advisor - Funding
You should have experience in wealth management and liability products. Besides having commercial awareness, you should be an excellent communicator, initiator and be result oriented.
A sales target of bank’s funding products will be assigned to you. You will build and expand customer’s portfolio by providing product information to the potential customers in order to reach our sales objective.
If you feel that your qualification matched with the above requirements, you are kindly invited to send your application and curriculum vitae to:
or you can log on to our website www.chinatrust.co.id
Monday, January 12, 2009
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