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Sunday, January 7, 2018
Vehicle No. DESCRIPTION
TDK 9826 TOYOTA HINO $285,000
10 TON TRUCK
TDL 6839 MITSUBISHI FUSO $230,000
Only Serious O ers will be entertained
Kindly contact the Recoveries
622-4234 ext 75119 for
appointment to view the units.
ANSA MERCHANT BANK LIMITED
is looking for a BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
• Originate new business in all Bank products available in diverse product lines and multiple markets to ensure aggressive
targets are met or exceeded.
• Identify and develop new business prospects in specific geographic areas through cold calls.
• Promote the Company’s products and services through direct cross-selling to increase customer wallet share and market
share in the specific products we operate in.
• Be a Brand and Service Ambassador by providing consistently superior service to prospective customers to foster overall
customer satisfaction and ensure preservation of the customer relationship.
• Maintain proper customer contact records and client database.
• Participate in branch, market and community events identifying opportunities to introduce the benefits of AMBL’s products
and services to the public.
• Respond to and resolve client problems at first point of contact whenever possible, ensuring escalation to Sales Manager
and/or Departmental Manager as required.
• Keep informed of current events, market news and internal information on AMBL.
• Maintain professional, advisory and supportive relationships with all client interactions.
• Develop annual sales/business development plan, and regularly review sales results to plan (monthly sales review/semi-an-
nual performance reviews) adjusting activities to achieve personal targets.
• Meet every client face-to-face at least once, and exercise due diligence in following all procedures relating to identification,
verification, fraud and anti-money laundering.
• Maintain a good appreciation for the geopolitical and economic activities that will drive potential business opportunities and
utilize market intelligence to assist Business Development Manager in shaping strategies that will deliver the agreed targeted
Education & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administra-
tion, ideally with specialization in Marketing
• At least 3-5 years in banking/sales
• Equivalent combination of education and
• Analytical Problem Solving
• Business Perspective
• Clear Written & Verbal Communication
• Drive for Excellent Results
• Customer Focus
• Coping with Pressure
Interested persons may send their
or via mail to
Tatil Bldg. 11A Maraval Rd
Attention HR Recruitment Officer
up and about
It has been more than 24 hours since two-month-
old Miracle lay on the surgeon's table for an inten-
sive procedure to save her sight. While she is not
out of the woods yet, medical staff reported that she
is "up and about" like any baby should be.
On Friday, the baby underwent indirect laser sur-
gery and intravitreal injections at the Eye Theatre
of the San Fernando General Hospital to correct a
severe case of Retinopathy of Prematurity (RoP).
RoP is a condition that occurs in premature ba-
bies whereby abnormal blood vessels grow in the
retina, the layer of nerve tissue in the eye that en-
ables someone to see. The growth can cause the
retina to detach from the back of the eye, leading
South West Re-
gional Health Authority
manager Crystal Marcano
said yesterday morning
that Miracle was doing
so well that she was ex-
pected to be transferred
from the Intensive Care
Unit to the Paediatric De-
partment by afternoon.
"The baby is doing
extremely well and she
even had a feeding this
morning. When she is
transferred to the Pae-
diatric Ward, she will continue to be under con-
stant monitoring. She is due for another check on
Wednesday by the Head of the Opthalmolo y De-
partment, Dr Anil Armoogum to ensure everything
is going well," Marcano said.
Miracle, who has never left the hospital since
being born at seven months in November to her
17-year-old mother, was diagnosed with RoP on
Because of the severe bleeding of her retina, she
needed surgery in 72 hours after the diagnosis or
she would have gone blind.
The surgery cost between $100,000 to $200,000
to do the surgery privately, but Miracle was rescued
by Dr Ronnie Bhola, a vitreoretinal surgeon with the
Trinidad Eye Hospital, who did the procedure free
The SWRHA also postponed all elective surgeries
to Monday so that the procedure could be done.
Fr Gregory Augustine,
right, greets Denis
Ramdeen, left, and
Anthony Woodroffe at
the Reunion of Fatima
(class of 1967) at
Fatima College Chapel
Mucurapo Road, St
PICTURE ANISTO ALVES
Dr Ronnie Bhola
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