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Marketing Support Officer, Commercial Banking

OCBC Wing Hang Bank Limited


  • Support Relationship Managers to build clients' portfolio
  • Assist in account opening, conducting proper KYC and handling loan documents
  • Provide quality services to corporate clients and administrative support to Relationship Managers
  • Perform various marketing support and operation duties


  • University Degree in business related disciplines
  • Minimum 2 years’ relevant experience in banking industry, preferably in Commercial/Corporate Banking
  • Strong analytical skills with sound credit judgement
  • Detailed minded and good sense of responsibility
  • Able to work independently as well as being a team player with good customer servicing skills
  • Proficiency in both written and spoken English, Chinese and Putonghua
  • Fresh graduate will also be considered


Attractive remuneration package will be offered to the right candidate. Please apply with full resume stating present & expected salary and contact phone number to The Human Resources Manager, 10/F, 161 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong or via email to Please quote the reference.

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SW/COM-MSO/CTO (CT3111869-01#0039)
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  • 5-day week
  • 13-month pay
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Education subsidies
  • Insurance plan
  • Meal allowance
  • Medical plan
  • Paid overtime
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