Manager, BIAU Strategy & Planning

  • Competitive
  • Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory, Malaysia
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Hong Leong Bank Berhad
  • 22 oct. 17 2017-10-22

Manager, BIAU Strategy & Planning

Job Summary
Reporting into the Head of BIAU, this function is to:

  • Perform consolidation and tracking of KPI goals across the different analytic, technical and compliance teams within the department; to highlight roadblocks and solutions to the HOD.
  • Manage strategic projects undertaken within the department follow ups, deliverables and documentation.
  • Manage the financial and administrative requirements of the department including budgeting, expense management and capital expenditure monitoring.
  • Assist in the human resource requirements of the department in hiring and onboarding.
  • Align the division head's Strategic Planning Unit to ensure synchronization with the division's strategy, goals, targets and work streams
  • Edit and/or review presentations, memos and reports as the 1st level of checking prior to submission to the HOD and external users
  • Undertake analytic projects as and when required for the HOD
Managerial (team/group responsibilities)
This role has 1 direct report to assist in the execution of the job requirements:-
  • Alignment to CEA Strategic Planning Unit
  • Alignment to CEA Embedded Compliance Officer Unit
Jobholder Requirements
  • Degree in Accounting, Banking/Finance, Business, Marketing, Mathematics/Statistics or related disciplines
  • Strong analytical skills, highly numerate and proactive
  • Good interpersonal and communication skill
  • Advanced MS Office skills
Experience
  • At least 5 to 8 years of relevant working experience, preferably in financial services, consulting, advisory, audit, credit approvals, market research
  • Experience in handling accounting procedures, audit and regulatory reporting is preferred
  • Experience in data extraction and statistical software will be an added advantage
Special Skills
  • Project management or process flow charting will be an added advantage but not a necessity