Investment Banking Jobs In Germany | insh20.com
Merck Finck Bank announced on its official Linkedin page a vacancy
Client Advisor Assistant
- Banks in Germany are renowned for their efficiency and reliability, offering a wide range of services to individuals and businesses alike.
- With over 1,500 banks operating nationwide, customers have access to an extensive network of branches as well as online banking capabilities.
- German banks offer competitive interest rates on savings accounts and loans while providing a secure environment for financial transactions.
- Additionally, the country's regulatory framework ensures that deposits up to €100 000 are protected by the government-backed deposit guarantee scheme which provides further assurance when it comes to investing funds or taking out loans from German banks.
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Banker salary in Germany
- The average salary of a banker in Germany is quite competitive, with an annual mean salary ranging from €50,000 to €80,000.
- This figure can vary depending on the size and type of bank and the individual's experience level.
- Bankers in Germany also enjoy other benefits such as bonuses for performance or promotions within their departments as well as access to health insurance plans and pension schemes.
- As banking continues to be one of the most sought-after professions in Germany due its high salaries and potential for career growth, it is no surprise that many individuals are attracted by this line of work.
This position is part of Wealth Management at Quintet Germany. The candidate (m/f/d) will be responsible for client-related administrative tasks and controls.
- Support for customer advisors and managers in all matters
- Participation in the acquisition - by phone and in person
- Coordination, as well as preparation and follow-up of customer appointments and business trips
- Editing correspondence, as well as creating presentation documents, documentation and reports
Knowledge, Skills And Experience
- Training as a bank clerk (m/f/d) or equivalent training
- Further training in the banking sector desirable
- Ideally several years of professional experience
- Very good MS Office skills (especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Very good knowledge of German, good knowledge of English also desired