Job - JUNIOR OFFICER – WEALTH MANAGEMENT, Cinda International Holdings Limited
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Cinda International Holdings Limited

(SEHK Stock Code:111)

We are a fast growing listed financial group offering a comprehensive range of financial services covering corporate finance, securities trading, commodity and futures trading, assets management and wealth management. To cope with business expansion, we invite high-calibre candidates to join us for the following position:

JUNIOR OFFICER – WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Job Ref.JO/WM/CT/07-16

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in daily operations with regard to the settlement of transactions, filing/storage of customer information and records of transactions
  • Provide customer service
  • Perform general clerical duties

Requirements:

  • University Graduate
  • 1 year administration / clerical experience in finance service industry
  • Good command and fluent speaking of Cantonese, English and Putonghua
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills and able to work under pressure with tight deadline
  • Familiar with MS Office applications and Chinese typing
  • Immediate availability preferred 

Interested parties please send your full resume stating your present & expected salary to HR Dept, quoting the reference number via e-mail to hr.recruit@cinda.com.hk or fax to 2907 6012 or mail to HR Dept, 45/F, COSCO Tower, 183 Queen’s Road Central, HK.

www.cinda.com.hk
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Job Ref No.
JO/WM/CT/07-16 (CT3107234-01#0055)
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