Opportunity to lead the PB APAC Client Assets Reporting Center of Competence within the PB APAC Competency Centers (CoC) function reporting to the Head of Fraud and Emerging Risks CoC, based in Singapore
The opportunity to build and be a business enabler in ensuring that client asset flows are recognized and reported in alignment with the Client Assets Application Guidelines and Policy.
A newly created role which will entail creating a governance and control framework in the first line for PB APAC around client asset classification and recognition.
It would require coordinating with partners across the business mainly Front line as well as 2nd line functions mainly in the CFO, SOX and Change organizations
Gain exposure to key front-to-back business processes that are critical for PB thereby allowing for active identification and assessment of financial mis-reporting risk across PB APAC and where relevant, recommend creative solutions to handle, mitigate and monitor identified risks and address underlying issues by driving process changes or improvements to the controls
Support, influence and build positive relationships with key business partner such as Relationship Managers, team leaders, Location/Market COOs and Local AUM officer vital for the alignment of strategic and daily operational objectives
Seek to represent PB in division-wide AuM/AuC forums as well as drive related agenda within the relevant PB governance forums.
Lead various AuM/AuC related projects/working groups with regional and location partners and have frequent interactions with senior business partners, including PB APAC Management
Think and plan strategically such that automation and efficiency initiatives can be embedded within existing/ongoing TOM projects, where possible, given that compliance with the policy/guidelines is integral for the PB business, and make sure the processes designed meet regulatory expectations, internal policies and procedures
Continually review the Controls and Governance within PB by establishing KRIs, metrics, Scorecard implications and ensure that these issues are receiving the right level of attention and pace of remediation based on priority
Minimum 10-12 years of relevant working experience in a global banking environment.
Strong preference for candidate with at least 5 years’ experience working in private banking front office, strategy, business management, controlling or risk functions. Financial knowledge or background is preferred
Confident and articulate, strong communication skills, ability to work with senior executives independently and under pressure to deliver outcomes in adherence to project timelines
Able to multi-task in a very demanding and fast paced environment, taking ownership and accountability of tasks and projects from inception to conclusion.
Self-motivated with ability to think out of the box with outstanding organizational and project management skills to track progress against achievements.
Outstanding strategic and analytical problem solving ability with a results-oriented attitude and pragmatic implementation capabilities and experience in data interrogation, interpretation, and presentation.
The highest professional work ethic and performing fully in line with compliance standards, internal and external guidelines and regulatory policies
Outstanding written and verbal interpersonal skills !
Result oriented, dedicated, hardworking and can work on own initiative whilst also working collaboratively and deliver on time with a high level of integrity, sense of urgency, attention to detail and quality standards