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Account Manager / Senior Relationship ManagerAB Club Limited
Account Manager / Senior Relationship ManagerAB Club Limited
Job Highlights
  • Finance
  • Overseas Property
  • Business development
Job Description

Account Manager / Senior Relationship Manager


  • Attractive Remuneration Package
  • Performance bonus
  • On-the-job Training
  • Comprehensive medical coverage



  • Maintain and develop long-term relationships with customers
  • Acquire new customers to achieve and exceed sales target
  • Grow existing customers portfolio, identify and explore sales and business opportunities
  • Remain in frequent contact with clients in your responsibility to understand their needs
  • Organize events and meetings to present new investment opportunities to customers
  • Work hand-in-hand with marketing team to promote company products & services



  • Diploma/degree holder in Banking and Finance, Business, Real Estate or related disciplines
  • Min 2 - 3 years experience preferably in the banking / HR / insurance industry
  • Proven experience as in sales / customer service role
  • With basic knowledge in the business of Banking or Real Estate will be advantage
  • Mature, energetic, thirst for better career development
  • Excellent written and spoken English; fluency in Mandarin is preferable
  • Candidate with less experience will be considered Relationship Manager
  • Immediately available candidates preferable


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Additional Information
Years of Experience
3 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Five-day work week, Medical insurance, Travel allowance
Company details

The Asia Bankers Club was originally founded by a banker with the simple intention of providing alternative investment services for bankers

Former Morgan Stanley Executive Director, Kingston Lai, recognized a need for diversification of investment products from the conventional financial instruments offered by banks and saw a gap in the market for such services. That resulted in the conceptualization of the Club, whereby bankers joined the niche community dedicated to the identification, curation, and management of short and long term physical assets that provided value returns for a variety of investment appetites.

The physical assets offered by the Club received great acclaim not only from bankers and financial industry professionals, but also from retail clients who heard about the services and products offered. That led to the founding of Golden Emperor Properties, a subsidiary company of Asia Bankers Club that is dedicated to introducing international property investment products to retail clients.

Both Asia Bankers Club and its subsidiary Golden Emperor Properties have continued to expand their footprint regionally and have since opened over 10 offices in Asia with operations in Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and Manila, and most recently jointly ventured into Shanghai with listed international company, Luen Thai Enterprises (311.HK). The company has earmarked London, New York, and Beijing as cities to grow the company’s presence in the near future.