Account Manager - French Speaking

Fintech's a big buzzword thrown around loosely. This tech actually serves the financial services industry, allowing them to act on data fast and grow funds. Their growth in EMEA is currently outstripping their US home and they're growing their London based EMEA HQ to meet demand; next hire will be a French speaker to lead relationships with a portfolio of key clients.

As an Account Manager, you'll build trust, grow the value added to your clients and develop long term relationships. The tech understands the market deeply and you'll replicate that with your clients; their strategies and priorities become yours as you take the lead on product development and delivery.

You'll be flexible, adaptable and happy to roll your sleeves up and get hands on; the vibe is that of a start up (a profitable start up at that). You'll also have initial experience in the financial services sector, preferably within asset management and know your funds. The final puzzle piece is to be a great communicator (demonstrating, presenting, influencing but also listening attentively) in written and spoken French and English. If complete, get in touch to discover more.

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Ben Brogden

Team: Sales & Marketing, IT, Banking & Financial Markets, Japanese and Chinese Desks

I specialise in: Training and coaching teams and placing great people in multilingual sales and marketing opportunities

Languages: English & German

I’ve been at Euro London since:  March 2004

About me: Placed by Euro London as a fresh Law & German graduate in 2001; this took me back to Germany (Düsseldorf) and gave me the skills and knowledge necessary to build a career here when returning to London in 2004. I remain a cricket and beer enthusiast but brewing kit and bat and ball are in storage while the children are small.

Fun fact: I once appeared on prime time Saturday night TV in Lederhosen as part of a German dance troupe

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