Nomura is an Asia-headquartered financial services group with an integrated global network spanning over 30 countries. By connecting markets East & West, Nomura services the needs of individuals, institutions, corporates and governments through its four business divisions: Retail, Asset Management, Wholesale (Global Markets and Investment Banking) and Merchant Banking. Founded in 1925, the firm is built on a tradition of disciplined entrepreneurship, serving clients with creative solutions and considered thought leadership. For further information about Nomura, visit .
The Client Onboarding (“COB”) team is the central point of contact for both established and new clients account inquiries. When a business opportunity is established, the on-boarder will liaise directly with client to ensure their account will be set up with complete functionality on the trading and other internal operational platforms. Additionally, COB represents the client’s interests to internal counterparts including but not limited to Operations, Credit Risk and Legal. For Sales coverage, COB ensures any client issues are promptly surfaced, escalated, and resolved in a timely manner to ensure uninterrupted service and a quality client experience.
This is a hands-on role requiring very strong relationship management, with high organizational and communication skills in delivering commercial impact to the onboarding process. In addition, knowledge about the Firm’s products and services is essential to ensure efficient and complete onboarding.
Internally the COB team is also responsible for establishing and implementing procedures and controls related to account opening as well as identifying opportunities to streamline the process. The team constantly works to enhance current technology for effectively capturing and managing the information and reference data of clients.
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