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Private Banking Assistant

Company Name:
Signature Bank - Minnetonka, MN
Are you passionate about client service?
Do you have an extraordinary ability to anticipate your clients' needs and effectively execute them?
Are you friendly, smart, hard working and dedicated to exceptional customer service? Then we want to talk to you!
Located in Minnetonka, Signature Bank is a $240 million community bank and has an opening for a Private Banking Assistant. Qualified candidates will have the ability to organize and prioritize tasks on multiple projects/tasks at the same time, while ensuring confidentiality and security of all information and documents. A college degree with a minimum of one year of private banking support experience is also required.
Job summary: Assist Bankers with client inquiries on loan and deposit accounts balances/status or direct them to the appropriate personnel. Includes processing wire transfers, transferring of funds, balance inquiries, and problem resolution/research. Candidates should have knowledge of various loan and deposit products/services such as: net teller, ACH, etc. Also responsible in assisting Private Banking division with all aspects of customer loan applications, pay-downs, advances and draws on all loans. This role will perform loan administrative support and customer service duties in a manner that safeguards the Bank's interests and provides an exceptional level of service to our clients.
Qualified candidates will be able to deal effectively and tactfully with both internal and external customers. Candidates need to perform duties quickly and accurately, while maintaining customer satisfaction. This is a member of a team, and must have the ability and desire to work in a team atmosphere and learn new things.
Primary office hours would be Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm

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