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Bank to recruit 250 new staff
Jan Chan
update on Saturday, September 25, 2010

With its Hong Kong business growing and plans for further market development, DBS Bank is on a recruitment drive in search of new talent.

At present, the bank has more than 250 openings in areas from consumer banking to wealth management and institutional banking.

In particular, there is a need for relationship managers for institutional banking. Within consumer banking, the openings are mainly for sales and relationship managers, while in wealth management, relationship managers will look after relations with high-net-worth customers. Candidates should have strong communication skills and be customer-focused, with the ability to identify opportunities and create value.

The bank is also looking for professionals to fill roles in its technical and operations team.

"This team forms the backbone of our bank," says Blanche Chan, senior vice-president and head of human resources at DBS Bank (Hong Kong).

"It is there to fulfil the needs and expectations of both internal business partners and external customers through process efficiency and innovation."

High performers can look forward to attractive pay and benefits, career progression and development opportunities.

Fresh graduates with no relevant experience can apply for the management associate programme.

With business across Asia, DBS Bank arranges overseas assignments or secondments for staff to gain exposure in different countries. 

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