• Competitive
  • Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexique
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Moody's
  • 21 sept. 17

Manager-Account Manager

Lieu de travail : Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexique

Client facing individual contributor role responsible for maintaining and extending existing customer relationships for a smaller and or less complex/sophisticated sub-region. Works autonomously under the supervision of Head of Relationship Management for North Latin America.

Scope
  • Manage a portfolio of about 50+ existing accounts in a defined territory for a smaller and or less complex/sophisticated market. Actual portfolio size will be dependent on needs for territory / segment and can vary across regions
  • Will be responsible for deepening existing relationships, capture price and grow the share of wallet by delivering a tailored value proposition to existing issuers
  • Exceed allocated business targets: e.g. market coverage, cross- and upsell, average price increases
  • Ensure we have an opportunity to bid for close to 100% of all x-border transactions, and where relevant domestic ones, which are not covered by umbrella contracts
  • Responsible for putting together a structured outreach plan (prioritizing, define outreach objectives) for a smaller less complex/sophisticated market. Aim is to contact every account by phone or by way of in person meetings. AM will be expected to spend minimum of 20% of their time on the road meeting customers
  • Minimum of 4 days of investor meetings per year
  • Contribute to Franchise Relevance Plans for the respective market segment / region/line of business by assessing the vulnerability of relationships and by identifying new business opportunities for the supported market
  • Guide Associate staff in an efficient way


Relationship Management

Capabilities
  • Effectively prepare and conduct telephone and in-person meetings with issuers at all levels independently and minimal oversight
  • Very good communication skills
  • Strong negotiation and influencing skills
  • Able to hold a 60 minutes in person meeting with a Group treasurer and or CFO (of issuers in a smaller less complex/sophisticated sub-region(s) and/or line of business)
  • Ability to articulate and explain Moody's value proposition
  • Able to negotiate and defend pricing, contracts, and renewals. Where applicable draft tender documents
  • Understand main financial instruments, key characteristics and dynamics of capital and credit markets in their market segment / territory
  • Able to read financial statements to identify financial needs and understand the financial strategy of each firm
  • Excellent understanding of Moody's service suite, contracts and general conduct of business

Academic Qualifications / Work Experience
  • Minimum of Undergraduate / First Level degree (or equivalent) preferably in finance, accounting, business or economics
  • Several years of experience in the financial services industry is required.
  • Previous experience in sales & marketing is desired


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