Manager, Operation's Control

  • Attractive Package +Benefits
  • Hong Kong
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Pacific Focus
  • 17 janv. 18 2018-01-17

A leading multinational bank is hiring an experienced candidate in Audit or Operational Risk functions gained to join the Chief Control Office team in Hong Kong.


  • The Chief Control Office team is a central controls team within Global Markets focused on improving and strengthening Global Markets Operation's control environment with Global and Local initiatives driven out from Hong Kong to the rest of Asia Pacific
  • Support Global Markets Operations in executing and embedding of internal policy and Risk Governance, incident management and escalation, Operational loss identification and management, Internal and external reviews, organising and governance of local or global meetings, among others
  • Provide independent control reviews within Hong Kong and Asia Pacific, and to conduct Testing to ensure best practise and consistency
  • Produce meaningful management recommendations based upon assessment and to agree on management actions
  • Ensure transparency and accuracy of Quality Assurance deliverables to be reported to senior management, stakeholders and executives
  • Implements appropriate risk governance and reporting practices to ensure oversight of key risk and control issues impacting Global Markets Operations globally
  • Drive cross product, multi location risk initiatives, thematic risk reviews and other remediation and assurance work that delivers concrete risk reduction or mitigation.  Ensure a sustainable control framework is embedded to prevent reoccurrence of risk issues



  • A post graduate diploma or degree in any discipline
  • Previous experience in Audit or Operational Risk functions gained within a Financial Institution or investment banking environment. Experience in Global Markets or Treasury functions would be a distinct advantage
  • A sound understanding of the different Global Markets products such as Forex, Money Markets, Derivatives and Securities
  • Strong people management, organizational and planning skills
  • Advanced negotiation skills and the ability to achieve results through diplomacy
  • Excellent computer skills such as Microsoft Access and Excel
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills