- The For-Profit Healthcare Treasury Sales Manager (TSM) is responsible for leading a sales team tasked with managing and aggressively growing Treasury revenue streams across a portfolio of Middle Market clients. The TSM partners closely with market leadership across the BAML platform to drive global treasury solutions.
- Develops strong business plans, inspection routines and strategies for portfolio growth and revenue retention with direct reports, product partners and business partners.
- Develop , coach, retain and recruit top sales talent.
- Ability to effectively communicate and influence other key leaders on key strategic needs, initiatives, changes, tactical plans and work-streams.
- Accountable for team revenue growth, closed pipeline, client calling, profitability, building and executing client plans and facilitation of client-facing special events.
- To be successful in the role, the Treasury Sales Manager must have a deep understanding of the Treasury industry, competitive landscape as well as the Bank's operational aspects of the products and services. Possessing good interpersonal, financial, excellent communication and presentation skills is critical.
- 10+ years of treasury management, corporate, commercial banking and sales experience
- Proven ability to develop and drive new business in the Middle Market segments
- Strategic Market development skills, and excellent strategic sales skills
- Strong management acumen with the ability to effectively lead a diverse sales team to new performance levels
- Ability to function effectively under pressure in a fast paced environment as an individual contributor and leader
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Computer proficient (i.e. Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Windows)
- 4 year degree in business related acumen field (Finance, Economic, Accounting, et al; MBA a plus, CTP certification a plus)
- 5+ years effective management of a financial services sales team
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