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Current Roles

Senior Business Development Manager

The role of the Senior Business Development Manager (SBDM) is to run the operational aspects of the business development team along with driving the planning, development and execution of key Sector and/or Divisional marketing plans and campaigns and to help in the identification and creation of opportunities to win new business.

This key role requires a flexible SBDM to drive the business development and marketing strategy and activities for the Private Wealth (PW) and Charity and Not For Profit (CNFP) sectors. In addition to this they will also play a key role in supporting the Head of Business Development (HoBD) across a variety of projects and in particular in managing the day to day workload of the London Business Development Managers (BDMs).

The Private Wealth Sector is right at the heart of the firm and consists of six sub-groups all of which have a plan, pipeline and budget. They are: UK Private Client, International Private Client, Rural Businesses and Landed Estates, Trust & Estate Disputes, Family Offices, Matrimonial/Family.

The Charity and Not-For-Profit Sector is a smaller sector that draws on all legal disciplines to provide a variety of clients with solutions to their various challenges. They have a particular focus on charitable trusts and philanthropy, education, military and religious charities, chartered bodies and legacy management.

Please contact Ezanne Redelinghuys on Ezanne.redelinghuys@crsblaw.com for more information.
 

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