Nedbank Employee Reviews in Pretoria, Gauteng
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Managing others and resolving client complaints, ATM cash loading and balancing with overall balancing of all tellers, enquiry staff reporting to me.
A great place to work, learn and advance yourself through dedication hardwork and team play. Cash controle and generating leads for sales consultants and other managers.
Nedbank has a lot of clusters. The cluster you are employed in, will dictate your experience. Working in an environment where education is irrelevant might become challenging. The environment may very well be hierarchy orientated and because some are set in their ways, there is no room for growth or to expand.
No support for growth or development
My responsibility is to evaluate the applications received and assess the credit worthiness of the applicants to minimise risk and proactively identify problem areas within the financial status of the applicant. This involves comprehensive adherence to the credit risk policies and procedures as set out by the National Credit Regulator I am currently in my third year working as a Credit assessor for Nedbank Motor Finance. I have previously worked as a fraud investigator my responsibilities are to ensure compliance to process and minimum risk, to assess and validate finance applications to minimise risk to the bank. To ensure that client’s information submitted when applying finance is valid.
My job is challenging since now the markets are down and most of the clients can't affort nor tend to buy bank products. However as a individual you need to excel and reach your monthly sales targets by working efficiently and perform very well. The fun part come to point whereby you make a connection and relationship with clients and customers which it needs to be maintained on a good level at all times.
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my Job is really fun. I meet new people everyday.a manager of self. work flexible hours.I learned a lot through the Nedbank values.my manager is great.the pressure can make one frustrated but the rewards are of great value
flaxible working hours
Nedbank is a company that lives continues to live up to it's values and ensures that it's employees understand the culture, however different management styles by different managers make it a bit difficult for employees to understand.
Extended hours without compesation
It's a nice company to work in, it has it's own challenges like any other companies but it will determine by yourself as an individual on how to accomplish those difficulties. It helps individuals to identify themselves in a teamwork on how important or valuable they are in order to help with opinions and suggestions, but overall it's a great place to work in.
lunch can be free if we are working long hours
Nedbank is a wonderful company to work for, unfortunately the changes in the industry (RDR) is not conducive with the current business structure. Due to uncertainty, staying in my current position might not have a favorable out come for me in the future.
Wonderful working environment
Structure and business models might be dated in the near future.
Portfolio risk assessment in the morning. Client engagements on identified needs. Prospecting for new clients and planning for the next day. I derive pleasure in satisfying a client need. The hardest part of the job is winning back a client that has decided to terminate a banking relationship because of service failure.
ABF administrator creating contracts, effecting payouts, sending paid up letters and documents off to Business Docs, quoting settlements and cross border letters and Rand Payments. Capturing of VAF reports. Creating mitigants, requesting surrender values, and checking security documents to be send them to Business Documents Department for safe keeping. Duties: Doing Staff payments and Office, accounts claims capturing on a SAP system, checking WSP. SARS payments and unclaimed balances QTR, UCE and CAP28A reports. Capturing Call & DS investments transfers, openings and closings of such, Reinvesting on Maturity of investments, requesting tax certificates, placing pledge and upliftment on all investments. Capturing refunds and reversals on current accounts and Capturing manual transfers to third party and home loans as well