Our client is an international asset management firm with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region. With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit a high caliber candidate to join them.
Responsible for coordinating the service and delivery of the Investment Operations functions. Act as a local escalation point and senior leader with the objective of empowering the local teams to serve clients and make informed decisions decisively within the region. Supporting the matrix organizational design, partner with functional leaders in the respective region, but also with the global functional heads to provide services at a consistently high level of quality in all regions. Responsible for the service continuity and quality within the region and will direct a team that is mixed of direct and indirect reporting lines. Will build strong relationships, influence outcomes and build a strong sense of team, organize service delivery across the team. Directs a broad range of functional services within the region to produce a consistently high quality operational service to internal and external stakeholders. Leverages expertise and knowledge of the broader industry environment and client account trends to lead changes in processes, protocols, and/or technologies to support an improved client experience. Manages relationships with partner areas, ensuring health of the relationship and timely escalation. Coordinates operational solutions to enable business objectives within the region.
To be considered, you should be degree holder with a minimum of 18 years of relevant experience. Ability to align stakeholders by illustrating complex issues through clear and concise deliverables. Ability to develop high performing teams and assess talent. Strong managerial skills. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference eFC3278.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)