Associate-Relationship Management - New York - 9747BR

Role:

Summary – Goals are to initiate and promote a positive relationship with new and existing customers, proactively service, retain and grow revenues for a given portfolio of MIS issuers.

Responsibilities:
  • Commercial liaison for new and existing customers. Use sound judgment to determine appropriate rating products and services to offer to Issuers/Bankers. Must be focused on detail and high level 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, gain competitive feedback, negotiate fees and illustrate the Moody’s Value proposition.
  • Assist in the preparation of presentations for issuer calls/visits.
  • Work closely with the analytical teams (LOBs) to ensure a high service level is met in delivering Moody’s rating products and services to our customers.
  • To 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.
  • Exercise discretion/judgment to advocate on behalf of customers for reasonable non-analytical requests (Research/Access to Conf. Calls/etc.) and communicate concerns to management as needed.
  • When necessary, prepare and obtain approvals from senior management for pricing exceptions and creatively 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.
  • Interact with internal teams such as Collections and Middle Office regularly
US Corporate Finance Group (Commercial)
  • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in related field (Economics, Finance, Marketing, and Accounting).
  • 0-3 year’s work experience
  • Must have communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills.
  • Must be organized, diligent and have the ability to multi-task
  • Self-starter with strong time management skills and an ability to effectively meet tight deadlines for multiple projects, requiring continuous follow-up.
  • Must be a team player.
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