Remedial Risk Manager - Director Remedial Risk Manager - Director …

Citi
à Singapour, Singapore, Singapour
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 10 août 20
Competitive
Citi
à Singapour, Singapore, Singapour
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 10 août 20
Competitive
Citi
Remedial Risk Manager - Director
Private Bank Remedial Management ("PBRM") specializes in the risk management of the Citi Private Bank's classified portfolio. Cases managed by PBRM exhibit a heightened probability of default during varying stages of stress. PBRM works closely with Business and Risk partners to formulate and execute strategies that maximize the value of distressed cases, balancing risk, returns and recovery appropriately.

Responsibilities:
  • The PBRM Remedial Officer will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the portfolio within the Private Bank's APAC & EMEA regions. This includes:
  • For Special Mention names, completion of assessments to determine appropriate classification and agree triggers
  • For the Classified portfolio, risk management of the classified portfolio including monitoring performance of assigned accounts and forecasting exposures for capital and asset quality purposes
  • Analyze, formulate and implement strategies geared toward the satisfactory remediation of deteriorated credit situations
  • Performs initial evaluation of assigned accounts, including business issues, likely loss or recovery, and documentation deficiencies, if any.
  • Manages account on an ongoing basis until workout is complete and account is resolved via payment (in full or as a compromised settlement), bankruptcy plan is approved, returned to the originating business unit, liquidated, or abandoned.
  • Coordinates the retention of legal counsel and manages the relationship on an ongoing basis, including directing the parties' involvement in the workout and managing fee expenses.
  • Negotiate repayment / restructure terms either directly with clients or through legal counsel
  • Interact with the Business and Risk teams and internal partners including Legal, Governance, Risk Reporting and Compliance in proactively handling deteriorating credit situations
  • Manage aspects of collateral monitoring, legal documentation, valuation and overall compliance
  • Conduct liquidation analysis and prepare timely individually assessed reserve recommendations and write-off justifications
  • Litigation management including foreclosure, DPC sale, liquidation and bankruptcy
  • Prepare periodic Classified Reports with accurate remedial plans and timely actions
  • Represents Citi in discussions with internal/external auditors and reviewers on issues relevant to their daily role, e.g., IA, FCR and OCC
  • Assist in preparing and updating policies, standards and procedures
  • Assist in designing and leading training sessions on remedial related topics
  • Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency.

Qualifications:
  • Extensive credit analysis skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Senior Credit Officer (SCO designation) or with expectation to gain designation in short-term
  • 10+ years experience in credit analysis and remedial management
  • Exceptional ability to communicate views both verbally and in writing
  • Demonstrate sound understanding of credit issues and is able to establish and process risk mitigation plans from inception to implementation to resolution aimed at maximizing recoveries while minimizing cost of credit build and franchise risk
  • Sound understanding of credit issues and is able to establish and process risk mitigation plans from inception to implementation to resolution
  • Proficient in collateral analysis and valuation, including real estate appraisals
  • Excellent negotiating skills with customers and internal partners
  • Capable of collecting information from various parties with potential opposing views/agendas in an efficient and detail-oriented manner
  • Ability to communicate and influence in a cross functional environment in settings that could involve conflicting priorities and timetables
  • Knowledge of typical risk policies and procedures
  • Demonstrate experience in applicable national and local regulations, guidelines, and practices
Education:
  • Bachelor's/University degree, Master's degree preferred
This job description provides a high-level review of the types of work performed. Other job-related duties may be assigned as required.
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