Intermediary Sales Manager (remote/ Regionally Based), Manchester, Ludgate Search

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118057567
Intermediary Sales Manager (remote/ Regionally Based), Manchester, Ludgate Search
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, Manchester,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Intermediary sales manager (remote/ regionally based)

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We are retained by a global asset manager offering active strategies across equities, fixed income, multi-asset, alternatives and cutting edge sustainable solutions to institutions, advisors, and individual investors around the world. Due to the high interest in their products they looking to grow their wholesale sales capacity in the North of the UK. This is a crucial appointment within the firm’s UK Regional sales team. This mandate will be instrumental in looking after 100-200 clients and growing firm's AUM in the UK specifically in the North. Sales Manager will be accountable for growing the business by generating revenue, identifying & building growth relationships with new & existing clients within the North intermediary client base. This appointment will be working closely with the Sales Director to cover this region and will be reporting to the Head of Regional Sales. The asset manager recently rebranded and it’s in an expansion mode thus this is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to be part of an ambitious, highly customer centric and collaborative team. This appointment is remote, and the desired candidate can be based anywhere in the UK, ideally closer to the target client base (Midlands, North of the UK etc). We are looking for a highly dynamic and driven mid-level sales professional with experience selling a similar proposition specifically focusing on the intermediary channel across the UK. Having a degree, an IMC and a technical aptitude is highly desirable. As we are looking for a high caliber individual it is also highly likely you won’t be actively looking to move, so me and my client are more than happy to have a confidential conversation and from a long-term perspective, in the first instance. If you are currently working for a life business, investment platform or an asset manager (and possess the qualities outlined above) and would be inspired by joining one of the leading UK Asset Managers set for the next phase of growth please get in touch via anamaria.tuliakludgatesearch.com for a confidential chat. Please note - applications without relevant financial services experience won't be considered.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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