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Letters by Sector: Banking

Banking jobs are considered one of the most respectable occupations in society.  To be someone working at a bank, you must have the expertise for finance, account managements, and accounting. However, these jobs are popular and the completion is very extreme. Therefore, your cover letter should stand out from the crowd. An impressive cover letter should attract your recruiter to your skills and experience and make them believe that you are a viable candidate for the position. The following helpful tips will guide you in writing a banking cover letter.

Highlight and focus on your skills. Since banking is a service sector, you can add prior experience in customer service and job involving financial transaction. Start outlining your skills depending on the job you’re applying for.  For example, finance officers should be good with numbers and calculate all types of data. After outlining your details, focus on your cover letter format. Since banking jobs are serious, opt to stick to a tradition format with great addition to detail. Basically, a cover letter has three sections – introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion. Your tone should be professional – no room for casual or cocky talk in the banking cover letter.