Summary - Goals are to initiate and promote a positive relationship with new and existing customers, proactively provide customer service, retain and grow revenues for a given portfolio of MIS issuers. Position reports to VP - Account Management for U.S. Financial Institutions in the Global Commercial Group.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Commercial liaison for sector(s) specific customers. Use sound judgment to determine appropriate rating products and services to offer to Issuers and intermediaries. Must be focused on detail and best-in-class customer service. Will need to send/receive and track rating applications for necessary engagement process. This may require extensive follow-up and diligence.
Participate in direct issuer calls/visits (as warranted) to enhance account relationships and negotiate fees and illustrate the Moody's Value proposition.
Assist in the preparation of presentations for issuer calls/visits.
Adhere to all compliance separation protocols while working closely with other teams to ensure a high service level is met in delivering Moody's rating products and services to our customers.
Determine the appropriateness of rating products within the Moody's Product Suite, while avoiding any specific fee discussions or other topics that are restricted between the Analytical teams and Commercial.
Work independently to handle aspects of business relationships with existing customers and intermediaries.
When necessary, prepare and obtain approvals from senior management for pricing exceptions and propose alternative pricing structures for unique deals.
Work with the Billing Department to facilitate timely distribution of invoices.
Partner with Collections Team to resolve any outstanding issues in order to expedite payment of outstanding invoices.
Provide various weekly updates to management of pending transactions.
Notify issuers of annual fee revisions (as need be) and gather customer feedback on price changes.
Creative problem solving skills and ability to diagnose issues and develop solutions.
Lead and participate in various ongoing and ad hoc projects (as necessary).
Interact with internal teams such Billing, Collections and Middle Office.
Position requires some travel.
Bachelor's degree required
Excellent verbal communication skills, strong writing skills and solid negotiation and interpersonal skills
Must be organized, diligent and have the ability to multi-task, with strong time management skills
Must be a team player, proactive, with a can-do attitude
Strong experience in using MS Office, PowerPoint and Excel
Preferred majors (Economics, Finance, Marketing, and Accounting)
1-3 year's business experience, preferably in client relationship, sales, business development or accounting/finance capacity.
Self-starter with strong time management skills and an ability to effectively meet tight deadlines for multiple projects, requiring continuous follow-up
Solid working knowledge of financial institutions and capital markets is desirable
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