Risk Governance and Review Head Risk Governance and Review Head …

ICBC Asia
à Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 14 juil. 20
Competitive
ICBC Asia
à Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 14 juil. 20
Competitive
Risk Governance and Review Head
Job Responsibilities
  • Lead a team to follow up on the non-performing loans index
  • Monitor and analyze non-performing assets and report to management, head office and regulatory authorities
  • Estimate the non-performing loans provision and coordinate with the Finance and Accounting Department to prepare monthly special provisioning and adjustment
  • Undertake comprehensive functions of internal control and compliance support and formulate non-performing asset management policy
  • Perform annual review and evaluation of external collection companies
  • Responsible for communication and reporting on internal control and compliance issues with other departments, external audit institutions and regulatory authorities
  • Assist collection managers on the administrative affairs and the whole process management of the non-performing corporate case to facilitate collection work
  • Perform other ad-hoc duties as assigned


Requirements
  • University graduate with major in Business, Finance, Banking, Law or relevant disciplines with qualifications such as CPA, ACCA an advantage
  • Minimum 10 years banking experience and over 5 years of experience in Debts Recovery, Commercial Lending, or credit function is preferable
  • Understanding of corporate and consumer products/services offered by ICBCA as well as the business, financials, market and the need/challenges of assigned NPL customers
  • Understanding of banking operating management process and banking regulations
  • Excellent leadership, communication and negotiation skills
  • Good command of both written and spoken Chinese (Mandarin) and English
  • Less experienced candidates will be considered for Senior Manager or Manager position


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