What Do Commercial Bankers Do?
Many financial institutions work with businesses and corporate clients in addition to individuals, and the person responsible for handling corporate clients is a commercial banker. These specialized bankers maintain and build existing relationships with business clients, while also actively marketing the institution’s services to attract new commercial clients.
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- Develop and expand commercial client relationships, as well as cross sell existing clients.
- Participate in the business development activities of the bank.
- Grow deposits, loans, and fee income in a profitable manner.
- Sell full range of commercial banking services to client base.
- Originate, negotiate, and close commercial loans.