Assistant Relationship Manager Large Clients Group

0 to 3 Years
Posted on 18 Jun 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 17 Aug 19
Assistant Relationship Manager – Large Clients Group

Position Title:  Assistant Relationship Manager ? Large Clients Group

Qualification & Experience: CA / MBA with 0 - 4 years of relevant experience 

Purpose of the Job: 
  • Assistant relationship manager is primarily responsible for credit appraisal of the corporates. 
  • An ARM is responsible to execute end to end set processes such as financial analysis, note making, documentation etc. for the transactions under the guidance of the Relationship Manager. 
  • ARM also assists the Relationship manager in Client servicing and portfolio management. 
  • ARM facilitates disbursement of funds once sanction is in place through coordination with various internal groups


Key Deliverables:
  • Credit Appraisal : Assistant Relationship manager is expected to understand the client?s financials in detail and prepare quality appraisal note in collaboration with Risk Management team.
  • Documentation : Completing post-disbursement documentation activities in coordination with control groups such as Legal, Credit Middle Office, Planning
  • Portfolio management : Assist the Relationship Manager in managing portfolio of corporate clients
  • Support the Relationship Manager in achieving business targets, acquiring and onboarding new clients
  • Client servicing in collaboration with Commercial Banking and treasury teams
  • Track the pendency on post sanction documents and procedures and ensure that they are adhered to in a timely manner
  • Ensure that the disbursement happens on time and as per terms and conditions agreed upon by the bank and the client

Key skills:
  • Understanding of financial statements such as Balance sheet, Cash flow statements
  • Knowledge of computation of key financial ratios
  • Knowledge of Basic Banking Instruments and Corporate Banking Debt Instruments
  • Communication and presentation skills

Location: Delhi,Mumbai
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Company Description
In 1955 ICICI was formed as an initiative of the World Bank. In the 1990s, ICICI transformed its business from a financial institution limited to development projects to a diversified financial services group. Ever progressing with the times, ICICI addressed a need to upgrade its corporate structure to that of universal banking.

The merger of ICICI with ICICI bank seemed like a natural step in line with its newly adopted universal outlook. This would enhance value for ICICI shareholders with low-cost deposits, increased fee-based income, participation in the payment system and transaction banking services. It would also greatly benefit ICICI Bank shareholders through a large capital base and scale of operations, access to corporate relationships built over five decades, new business segments and more
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