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The Bank of East Asia, Limited ("BEA") is Hong Kong’s largest independent local bank with 88 branches, 54 SupremeGold Centres, and 11 i-Financial Centres throughout the city.
With a team of over 4,000 professionals in Hong Kong and more than 12,000 worldwide, BEA embraces a spirit of teamwork in every challenge. We invite you to become part of our team and to join us on our journey towards a bright and exciting future.
Risk Manager (Market & Interest Rate Risk Management)
Asset & Liability Management Department
Risk Manager (Market & Interest Rate Risk Management) (Job ID: 1312)
- To perform market risk / interest rate risk analysis, monitoring and reporting for trading book / booking book
- To conduct market and interest rate risk stress testing and internal model back testing
- To prepare risk reports
- To participate in market risk / interest rate risk system enhancement project
- University graduate or post-graduate in Risk Management, Statistics, Quantitative Finance, preferably with professional qualification in CPA, CFA or FRM
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the banking industry or financial institutions; experience in risk or treasury systems preferred
- Good understanding of the nature and exposure of financial products
- Sound knowledge of SQL, VBA or related analytic tools
- A good team player, mature, pleasant, independent and able to work under pressure with a positive working attitude
- Good command of both spoken and written English and Chinese
(Candidates with less working experience will be considered for the position of Risk Officer)
Please apply online via the BEA Careers website at http://www.hkbea.com/html/en/bea-career-job-opportunities.html and search for the job. Kindly note that if you are a new user, you have to first create your User Profile before you can apply.
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