Our Client is a leading and trusted group of companies with global presence.
The candidate should have 7 years + of relevant experience in broad areas of credit risk management. This includes but not limited to knowledge in credit risk management concepts and experience in Basel-related implementation.
As part of the role, he/she is expected to:
• Lead key initiatives as part of on-going effort to enhance credit portfolio analytics capabilities and reports
• Develop supplementary reports on specific issues or areas of interest
• Review of the Group's risk appetite and the progressive rollout to key businesses
• Work with key stakeholders e.g. business units and Group Finance on portfolio management / assessment initiatives
• Conduct stress test as well as enhancement of methodology and approach
• Work with the various sub-team leads to improve existing processes to enhance efficiencies and robustness
• Prepare regular credit risk management reports providing portfolio analyses on trends, variances and key concerns
• Continuously enhance the reports to increase the breadth and depth of coverage or meet changes in requirements
• Assist in ad-hoc information requests or queries from senior management, business units or external parties e.g. regulators, rating agencies
• Enhancement of the Group's internal risk capital assessment and sector/country concentration risk framework
• Perform independent validation of internal credit risk rating models to assess that the models are fit for purpose
• Articulate, preferably with experience in getting buy-in from senior management
• Comfortable dealing with multiple stakeholders
• Strengths in FI and FX highly desirable
• Meticulous with an aptitude for numbers and yet able to have a macro view
• Strong analytical, quantitative and computational skills Strong analytical, quantitative and computational skills
• Good knowledge of banking products and their risks
• Experience managing and working with large databases and a good understanding of SQL
• Strong knowledge of Analytical tools (e.g. Excel/SAS)
Salary depending on Experience s$250k ++
Please send Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting opportunity has risen with a Major Financial Institution to Head the Regulatory Governance, Compliance, KYC and Risk teams.
As the Head of Compliance, you drive the execution of Compliance Framework and oversee regional regulatory developments. Playing a key advisory role within the company, you assess any regulatory changes and disseminate the information to key stakeholders within the organization. You are also involved in new initiatives and projects to ensure compliance with any changes in regulations.
You have 10 or more years of work experience in the general compliance or risk management space within the financial services sector or possibly a Lead Investigatory role within Financial and Fraud Investigation Institution. You are comfortable with the English language to interpret regulations and write internal policies and guidelines. In addition, you demonstrate good learning aptitude and excellent problem solving skills to handle complex scenario in a fast-paced working environment.
Salary Depending on Experience, s$300k -350k ++
Email email@example.com with your resume
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They are designed to provide Business and HR leaders with a platform to develop themselves from being good to great! We will leverage on best-in-class or thought-leadership concepts, tools and techniques to drive organisational & leadership excellence.The 2017 Webinar Series on Transforming NextGen leaders are being offered in response to the market needs to ensure that their senior-level executives possess the right competencies and skills to successfully adapt to new realities when leading in a VUCA World.
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Great news, you have been offered the job, and with that comes a salary offer that may be great, so-so or just plain insulting! In any of these circumstances you should be prepared to negotiate as almost certainly there will be HR pressure in the background which may low-ball what you are actually worth and they will in many circumstances be expecting a negotiation so will have left some upward room for you to do so.
Going in for a salary negotiation can be a little intimidating. You may not always like doing it, but it can actually be a freeing event. Getting more money is always a good thing, but you want to feel good about doing it. When you successfully negotiate a new salary, everyone wins in the end. So, if you are thinking about doing it, here are ten rules to consider.
In the current climate it is very normal for a new employer to offer between 10-15% salary above your previous, if your offer is 20% or more then you are onto a good thing. The exception to this is with sales or performance related jobs, where your new employer may try a song and dance about "How can they be sure you will do well?" - you can show and remind them of your track record of success, its not that they have doubts it just they are testing your negotitaion skills!
If you are being offered the same or less, prepare to negotiate and take into account any other benefits there may be for you in terms of career advancements and others such as healthcare etc. As a general rule if the salary offered is less than your current, then there really must be some positive life changing reason why you should accept this unless you are currently not working, and be prepared to walk away, chances are there are better opportunities out there.
Following these 10 tips will help you negotiate your salary when you need to. It is not something to fear, but something to build you up and be the best and happiest employee you can be.
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Many people dream of their ideal job, and for some that may mean working overseas especially when we take vacations to wonderful locations around the word and think how interesting it would be to work in a foreign country where climate, living standards, employment and incomes maybe significantly better than our home country. A persons desire to work overseas may be for many reasons from economic, social, cultural, intellectual or like the author of this article who is from the UK, just to experience a year round sunny and warm climate. For some working overseas and traveling may already be part of their job, such as a Senior figure within a large company or working for Airlines or cruise ships and some lucky people may have had a chance to travel the world during their student years. This article is not only aimed at those with mere wanderlust and want to travel for experiences without working but for those that would seek to enhance their careers.
So you hate your Job or your Boss, or you are a High Flyer looking to take on New Challenges, or you have no prospect of promotion, or you are between jobs, whatever your reason - you have been looking for a new Career Opportunity and today its Great News! a hiring manager or Recruiter calls you – Finally you have landed the job you applied for! Everything is great, you do your own victory-dance, but is this how 'easy' things go in the world?
The answer is both yes and no.
The Banking sector has continued to evolve throughout 2015 with Big names consolidating or closing down some areas of business, some markets booming and others being dropped. One theme has been a shift by the consumer/mass market banks to trend away from lending and move into asset acquisition, so the Private Banking sector within banking remains buoyant and is looking good for 2016, with hiring being focusing on experience Front line staff that can bring large assets or Key Rainmakers that also can bring team power.
The following is an overview of the outlook for Private Banking Hiring for 2016 across Asia, Europe and the US.
As we reach the end of the year and our bonuses have been, or are about to be paid, many of us will be thinking about our future and our careers and maybe taking the bold step to move on to pastures new. We all face more competition for every Job than ever before especially when applying for a job position posted on JobBoards, company websites or LinkedIN. We have read the Job descriptions and have the relevant experience, skills achievements and great references, and we really want to get that next Career Opportunity with that Great company, but do we know how to get ourselves at the top of the “Shortlist for interview” pile - and craft the most unbeatable resume to get ourselves in front of the interview panel?
If you think that resumes are not read as they used to be, you may be fooling yourself. Nowadays, CVs are important as they ever were and maybe even more important. Because of the volume of CVs that are being sent online, often 100’s for a single role, yours must be that perfect one and sell itself. Critically it must make an impact within seconds, as studies show the average CV reviewer will only give it less than 10 seconds before either rejecting or shortlisting based on scanning quickly through key areas on the CV document.
But how to make this document effective, avoid that silence response and get that call for an interview?