Logistical coordination and execution of European Corporate Access events including, but not limited to, non-deal and deal roadshows, fieldtrips, expert speaker events and seminars, salesforce briefings, conference 1:1s.
Work with the Corporate Access Desk, Research Analysts, Investment Banking and Sales desk to establish priority targets and communicate status and progress of events, etc
Using RBC standard templates, create and maintain all Corporate Access materials including invitations, company schedules, investor profiles and feedback documents, monitoring for consistency and policing branding standards
Maintenance of RBC's contact relationship management system and shared events calendars
Liaise with internal and external vendors to and make recommdentations for and arrange logistics including flights, hotels, ground transport, visa applications, presentation material etc in accordance with RBC preferred providers and standards
Book meeting venues (internal and external), confirming full arrangements and organising AV equipment, dial-in facility and catering as required
Collaborate with vendors and other business areas regarding implementation and enhancement of new systems
Onsite management of events where necessary
Work with Sales and Analysts to collate investor feedback, format and deliver
Manage invoice processing, including the tracking of roadshow costs
Data mining, to include pulling historical Corporate Access data for internal stakeholders
Review and comply with Firm Policies applicable to your business activities
Escalate operational risk loss events, control deficiencies and risks that you identify to your line manager and the relevant risk and control functions promptly. Failure to do so may subjecct you to disciplinary action, up to and including termination
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JOB SUMMARY City: City of London Address: Thames Court Work Hours/Week: 35 Work Environment: Office Employment Type: Permanent Career Level: Experienced Hire/Professional Pay Type: Salaried Required Travel (%): 0-25 Exempt/Non-Exempt: N/A People Manager: No Application Deadline: 06/09/2017 Req ID: 136703 Posting Notes: None