Job opportunity: Relationship Manager

Posted in: Jobs on April 26, 2019

Intellidex is a growing research and consulting house specialising in African financial markets for clients across Africa, Europe and the USA. We have offices in Johannesburg, London and Boston. We provide investment research, financial services market analysis, valuations, and strategy. Most of our work is commissioned by major financial services companies and investors, and sometimes our research leads to highly influential publications.

We are looking for a client relationship manager to take the lead in developing relationships with existing and new clients, to be based in Johannesburg. The ideal candidate will bring together a background in sales, financial services and client facing engagements. He or she must be comfortable presenting and engaging with senior executives in South African companies, NGOs, government agencies and other entities. At a minimum, applicants must have at least a bachelor’s degree and five years’ experience in a sales environment related to financial services.

Performance will be judged by new clients and revenue you attract to the business, tracking and monitoring customer relationship management systems, client retention, workflow management.

We offer a small company environment in which you will have considerable latitude to shape your role. Remuneration will be a mixture of basic, commission, and performance-based pay.

Our standards are high. You will be working with MBAs, CFA charterholders and PhDs on our team to ensure that Intellidex delivers high levels of client satisfaction and responds dynamically to new business opportunities.

If you are interested in the position, please send a covering letter and CV to jobs@intellidex.co.za before 15 May 2019.

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