MUFG Union Bank Private Wealth Associate in San Francisco, California
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Develops and manages comprehensive financial relationships with Affluent/High Net Worth individuals in the assigned geographic area. This is a professional should be able to provide support and handle a small portfolio of affluent client relationships.
Partner and assist in identifying qualified potential clients. Initiate contacts, assess needs and present an array of products and services, and partner in closing sales opportunities.
Responsible for the management, growth and profitability of a small portfolio in the unit. Advise and consult with clients to maximize their relationship with The Private Bank to include deposits, credit and investments.
Responsible for assisting and analyzing clients' credit needs and then making appropriate recommendations.
Under the direction of senior staff, assist in developing and implementing marketing and sales strategies to establish a profitable portfolio, utilizing both external and internal resources.
Assist in implementing the program for The Private Bank within the target area through an annual marketing plan and strategy, tailored to region locale and consistent with overall direction of The Private Bank.
Assist in planning to expand the portfolio and ensure retention of profitable clients.
Detail and execute specific actions to cross-sell, establish referral program to develop new client business and increase non-interest income to office.
Engage in maintaining Private Bank service schedule; including regular reviews, delivering relevant information (educational events, whitepapers, communications) aimed at delivering world-class client service.
Attend and schedule regular client reviews including, banking, lending and investment portfolio performance reviews with the relationship manager and Private Bank team to assess performance against established goals.
Relationship and Portfolio Management:
Act as consultative banker, anticipating needs relative to Affluent/High Net Worth market segment to ensure maximum profitability and cross-sell opportunities are met.
Adjust portfolio size to accommodate the demands of servicing prime clients.
Stand accountable for portfolio growth and profitability, as well as any attrition.
Using EBS reports and available pricing models, monitor each client's account profitability and service use.
Consult with clients as to various services or product needs which would be advantageous for them and keep them aware of new products and of changes in the financial area which would affect them. Regularly introduce clients to other areas of the Bank for special needs.
Respond to problems clients may experience with the handling of their account and ensure proper handling of service requests.
Ensure accurate and complete records are kept for each client relationship. Develop relationship banking through a consultative approach.
Based upon clients' needs, provide various options considering tax implications, estate planning, risk tolerance levels and refer to appropriate specialists as needed.
Segment portfolio through profitability and tiers to maximize efficiency in developing client relationships.
Analyze and respond to the needs of the Affluent/HNW client, balancing risk and opportunity. Analyze client's personal credit needs and requests.
Assist in qualifying borrower, recommending best suited loan products commensurate with Bank's desired profit margin and the value of the client’s total relationship.
Prepare credit write-up analyzing financial condition of borrower.
Determine the loan structure best suited for the client within the credit requirements for the Bank.
Negotiate with the client to reach terms which will accommodate their needs and be profitable to the Bank.
Make recommendations to senior officers of the Bank on loans which exceed designated loan authority.
Monitor and manage portfolio to assess and minimize risk as it relates to credit and follow up with appropriate measures adhering to Bank's policy and guidelines.
Monitor and manage operational risk and follow up with appropriate measures adhering to Bank's policy and guidelines.
Education, Licensure, Year of Experience (and type of work experience):
A minimum of 3-5+ years banking and/or lending experience.
College degree or equivalent work experience.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Sales and service orientation.
Proficient understanding of personal and business financial statements and tax returns.
Understands the financial acumen as it pertains to the Affluent//High Net Worth market segment.
Knowledge of all consumer and business products and services as it relates to the Affluent/High Net Worth market segment, including operations, loan policies and procedures.
Ability to identify client needs and related bank services; sell the concept of relationship banking defined by The Private Bank program.
Ability to prospect.
Proficient knowledge of computer skills: Word, Excel and Power Point.
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