The Indian financial sector has several verticals such as Stock Broking, Mutual Funds, Investment Banking, Commercial Banking etc. Each caters to a different aspect of the financial needs of individuals and companies. One common position in all these verticals is Relationship Management.
A Relationship Manager is the one-person interface between the organisation and the customer. Take a commercial bank for instance; it has deposits, auto loans, home loans, mutual funds etc. The Relationship Manager has a good understanding of all these products and markets them all at one go to the client. So, the Relationship Manager requires both financial and marketing talents.
Relationship Managers are in great demand in India. Their packages are good and start from Rs. 5 Lakh onwards apart from incentives.