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Sales Executive - Risk Management Software Solutions - to £60k Basic + Bonus - London

Our client, a leading player in Risk Management Software solutions seeks an additional Sales Executive for their growing London team.  You will have ideally between 2 and 4 years’ experience in a similar Sales environment.

You will be responsible for managing the sales activities in the UK and Ireland region for our clients suite of Risk Management software. You will be involved in new business and client generation.

This would be a fantastic opportunity to take the next step up in your career to date.  You will have excellent mentors and be given the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of financial services along with building strong  business relationships with large financial institutions.

Crucial Skills

• Solid knowledge of either Risk or Treasury  

• Demonstrated sales experience in the financial services and/or technology community for several years.

• Prior B2B, client relationship management

• Validated track record of closing business in strategic accounts and achieving assigned sales quota

•Ability to persuade and influence

• Capacity to develop and deliver presentations, ability to create, compose and edit written materials

• Maintaining professionalism and projecting a positive image of the company

• Experience in interacting at senior level with various business partners across the organization

• Fluent English written and verbal language skills.

• Solid finance skills

• This position will require regular travel in UK & Ireland region.



• Understanding the intricacy of selling solutions to banks

• Experience in working with the UK & Ireland Banks sector   


For a full consultation regarding this excellent role, and in order to receive a full job spec and information, please submit your CV highlighting your related skills and experience.

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