Group Audit - Quality Assessor - Vice President

  • Competitive
  • Singapour, Singapore
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Deutsche Bank APAC
  • 23 oct. 17 2017-10-23

Group Audit - Quality Assessor - Vice President

Group Audit

The Group Audit (GA) function has over 700 staff located in our four hub locations New York, London, Frankfurt, Singapore and 26 other countries.
The hallmarks of our professional, business focused, proactive risk-based work are transparency, integrity and independence. We assist the bank's businesses and infrastructure functions to identify control weaknesses.

Being Deutsche Bank's ‘third line of defence' we have a high profile in the bank acting as an independent and forward looking challenger and adviser to Senior Management on issues and occurrences and are increasingly consulted for advice by the regulators.
Our global connectivity provides a stimulating environment and the opportunity to collaborate with knowledgeable colleagues and specialists around the world.

Position Overview

The Quality Assurance team is primarily responsible to implement a programme of quality assurance and improvement that covers all aspects of Group Audit (GA) activity and continuously monitors its effectiveness. It is independent and is in place to regularly assess GA's compliance with audit methodology (for consistency & quality), and to continuously identify areas of improvement.

Key responsibilities:

  • Execution of the GA Quality Assurance (QA) plan, including: leading and participating in QA reviews designed to assess the effectiveness of GA processes and compliance with GA methodology; liaising with senior members of the GA function to provide recommendations for improvement; documenting workpapers; and drafting reports with issues and agreed upon action plans.
  • Perform various kinds of review work, including ad-hoc reviews, draft QA reports and presentations for Group Audit (and ExCo), as required.
  • Support all activities in order to implement a sound programme of quality assurance and improvement, including QA planning, fieldwork, reporting and QA issue tracking.
  • Assist in monitoring for changes in regulation, legislation and auditing standards that impact the processes and responsibilities of GA.
  • Support GA's change programme and especially methodology-related improvement projects.
  • Closely interact with other teams in order to identify and promulgate best practices within GA
  • Interact effectively with all levels of GA, in particular, the Chief Auditor and Principal Audit Manager (PAM) community as well as work closely with other DB functions where required.

Key skills:
  • Professional credentials including degree level education and a relevant professional qualification e.g. Certified Internal Auditor or compliance related professional qualifications (CIA or CPA, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist).
  • A proven track record in Internal Audit, a strategic thinker, creative and innovative, and a strong team player.
  • Strong interpersonal, intercultural, communication (oral and written), presentation and negotiation skills. Work background in other jurisdictions is a plus.
  • Strong analytical skills and proficiency in working with data.
  • Profound experience in Internal Audit in a global financial institution; experience in a QA function and or Methodology / Training function is a plus.
  • Thorough understanding of the global universal banking model, sound knowledge in a specific divisional or functional area and their associated risks.
  • Willingness to take on responsibility; ability to work under own initiative and attention to detail.
  • Proficiency with Word, Excel, Power Point.
  • Experience in working with regulators.
  • Diplomatic but with the necessary tenacity to complete the task.
  • Pro-active with good project management and organizational skills.
  • Reliable and prepared to undertake international travel.

Deutsche Bank offers a challenging and rewarding career where your contribution is valued and rewarded. We have an inclusive and friendly working environment coupled with excellent facilities and benefits.

Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.