Manager, Credit Policies - Risk Management Manager, Credit Policies - Risk Management …

China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 19 Aug 19
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China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 19 Aug 19
Negotiate
China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited [“CCB (Asia)”] is the comprehensive and integrated commercial banking business platform of China Construction Bank Corporation in Hong Kong. Currently, CCB (Asia) has over 50 outlets in Hong Kong and offers a wide array of banking products and services to customers, including consumer banking services, commercial banking services, corporate banking services, private banking services, treasury business and cross-border financial services, etc. We’re inviting high caliber professionals to share our vision and mark our success together.

Responsibilities:

  • Formulate, review and update the Bank’s credit policies, procedures and guidelines in line with statutory and regulatory requirements as well as the Group’s standard
  • Review and update the new guidelines / regulations / policies released by the regulatory bodies and Head Office applicable to the Bank’s credit risk management
  • Handle regular/ad-hoc reporting and bank-wide projects
  • Coordinate responses and follow-up actions of the findings/recommendations by the auditors and regulatory bodies and conduct policy amendments related to credit risk management

 

Requirements:

  • University degree holder
  • Minimum 4 years’ working experience in the banking industry
  • Good knowledge of general banking products, lending principles/credit approval process as well as awareness of credit risk issues
  • Experience / keen interest in formulating credit policies
  • Proactive, detailed-oriented, good analytical and communication skills
  • Multi-tasked and able to work under tight timelines
  • Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese (Putonghua is a must)
  • Knowledge in policies for IRB governance would be an added advantage
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