Friday, February 06, 2009

Job Career Bank ABN Amro, Lowongan Bank Terbaru


An Opportunity to Shape Your Future

Career seekers! We challenge you to step up to your best potential and join us. With ABN AMRO, doors of opportunity are wide open. We seek young enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious individuals to be part of our sales team and share the same vision of growing together.

Our Clients

ABN AMRO has been established in Indonesia for over 180 years. We offer a comprehensive range of products ranging from structured products, unit trusts, insurance, equities and foreign exchange to other alternative investments. With substantial resources and experienced investment managers, ABN AMRO is committed to grow and manage clients’ assets prudently.

Wealth Management Consultant (WMC)

Your Position

Wealth Management Consultant (WMC) plays an essential role in business growth in ABN AMRO. A Wealth Management Consultant is to work closely with Team Leader in daily briefings and trainings to devise sales plan, focusing mainly in expanding our business through aggressive client acquisition and retention.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate would be a passionate hard-working individual who meets the following requirements:

Male female within 21 - 26 years old
Min. 1 year in Marketing experience (preferably within the banking industry)
Pleasant appearance and personality
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent command of English is a plus
Able to work under pressure of meeting targets
Great ambition for success

Responsibilities include:

Understanding basic banking operations and investment products
Keeping updated with the general market and economic movements
Initiating client contact through phone and appointments
Identifying clients’ needs and managing their portfolio
Building a network of clients and maintaining relationship with them

Opportunity for growth and career advancement is widely available in our institution, and we are looking for capable individuals to fill up the positions. We also offer a very attractive incentive scheme which will ensure that your effort is rightly rewarded.

Interested candidates please submit your CV to the email address below, according to the office location you wish to be placed. Please send your application to one office location only.

Candidates who apply to more than one location will be disregarded.

Submit to:


Submit to:
Wisma Nusantara-Sudirman, Puri Indah, Sunter
contact us at 021-5808089 ext. 1843
/ 021-39835949 ext. 1037
BEJ–Sudirman, Pluit, Kemang
Kelapa Gading
Pondok Indah
contact us at 021-2500393
contact us at 0816-872-372

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