1. Branch Managers
Branch Managers (Financial Services) are responsible for coordinating and directing the operational functions of financial institutions such as banks, building societies or credit unions. They oversee front-office operations; provide high levels of customer service and direct regular team meetings and training sessions.
2. Operations Manager
Bank Workers are responsible for accepting deposits, paying out money, recording transactions, printing receipts, cashing cheques and advising customers about investments, foreign currency exchange and loans. They may work in a variety of financial institutions such as banks/NBFCs.
3. Mortgage/Loans Officers
Loans Officers manage and process applications for loans or credit. They must interpret data and may interview loan applicants to determine eligibility and payment plans.
4. Retail Banker
Retail bankers act in a customer service role, advising on and assisting with services such as setting up savings accounts, authorizing loans and moving money. Typical responsibilities of the retail banker are recruiting, training, supervising and appraising banking staff.
5. Corporate Banker
Corporate bankers are like retail bankers, but they deal with companies rather than individuals. Their clients range from small and medium sized companies to huge conglomerates. The products they offer include loans and credit, trade finance (such as letters of credit), and employer services (such as payroll). Corporate bankers provide advice to commercial and private clients about a variety of financial matters and promote financial services/products to help these clients run their operations.
6. Treasury Manager
The treasury manager is responsible for balancing and managing the daily cash flow and liquidity of funds within the bank. They also handle the bank’s investment in securities, assets liability management and cash management.
7. Forex Manager
Forex manager manages the research on both foreign and domestic markets, with the use of fundamental and technical analysis. Provide appropriate solutions or recommendations for all clients that they can handle. Basically forex manager helps in maintaining the relationship between international or counterpart financial institutions.
8. Rural Banker
Rural banker provide credit and other facilities particularly to small and marginal farmers, agricultural laborers’, rural artisans and small entrepreneurs in rural areas so as to develop agriculture, trade, commerce, industry and other activities in rural areas.
9. Credit Risk Manager
The credit risk manager position is accountable for the entire credit granting process, including the consistent application of a credit policy, periodic credit reviews of existing customers, and the assessment of the creditworthiness of potential customers, with the goal of optimizing the mix of company.