[Amsterdam] Japanese Speaking Cash-Management Sales Manager - Vice President in Corporate Banking

Job title: [Amsterdam] Japanese Speaking Cash-Management Sales Manager - Vice President in Corporate Banking
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Gemeente Amsterdam
Salary: Euro 50000 - Euro 70000
Reference: EN - PR/111465
Contact details: Takashi Kobayashi
Contact email:
Job published: December 09, 2021 23:05

[Amsterdam] Japanese Speaking Cash-Management Sales Manager - Vice President

An international financial institution looks for Japanese speaking candidates to do Cash -Management & Transaction Banking Sales as a Vice President in Amsterdam.


Main responsibilities:

·         Understand cash flow of customer and promote cash management solutions. This will include but not limited to promoting bank connectivity tools, interface solutions, FX and deposits etc.

·         Marketing will be conducted either via visits, telephone, and e-mail according to situation. Business trips abroad are to be included with an early start / late return.

·         Cultivate new customers in collaboration with front offices and capture transaction business.

·         Share information within team on what can be replicated.

·         Prepare marketing materials as per and when required. Research to be conducted as per necessary.

·         Training and 'help-desk' function on transaction banking tools, transaction itself, inquiries on fees etc.

·         Liaise closely with Product Planning Team for delivery of services (bespoke / interface etc.) as well as

·         Admin Team.



·         Knowledge and/or experience on transaction banking and cash management

·         Substantial knowledge in related regulations such as cross border marketing

·         Fluency in English and native level skills in Japanese



·         up to Euro 60,000 – 70,000

·         (30% of the annual salary may be eligible for tax exemption. TBC)

·         Additional 8% Holiday allowance


The successful candidate will receive Dutch work visa support