A Career with Hang Seng Bank Hang Seng is committed to service excellence. Our people are our most important asset and play a vital role in our efforts to continually enhance our performance for customers and provide best-in-class products and services. We seek to attract high-calibre talent by offering...

 

A Career with Hang Seng Bank

Hang Seng is committed to service excellence. Our people are our most important asset and play a vital role in our efforts to continually enhance our performance for customers and provide best-in-class products and services. We seek to attract high-calibre talent by offering a dynamic working environment, good career development opportunities and competitive compensation packages.



Risk Strategy Manager

Job level Middle
Work exp 5 Years To 15 Years or above
Education Bachelor Degree
Location
Within Hong Kong
Employment type Full Time
Industry Banking
Job function Banking / Finance > Risk Management
Published On 05/12/2019

Risk - Risk Strategy Department

Hang Seng's Risk Division strives to maintain a well-balanced risk profile for the Bank while enabling businesses to thrive. Our team actively manages a varied and dynamic range of risk types. We are dedicated to collaborate with businesses, other functional units and regulatory bodies to develop and implement robust and customised risk management frameworks and measures to maintain the strong market position of the Bank.   Risk Strategy is leading the development and monitoring of the Risk Appetite Statement of the Bank, stewarding and overseeing the pension risk management of the Bank’s major pension schemes and model risk management of the Bank’s models in use to comply with risk, business and regulatory priorities.

We are currently seeking a high caliber professional to join our department as Risk Strategy Manager.

 

Principal responsibilities

  • Coordinate the review of the Bank’s Risk Appetite Statement and monitor the related risk profiles collaborating with risk stewards from different businesses and functions.
  • Provide advices and guidance to the risk stewards on formulating the risk appetite reporting.
  • Drive the change in processes and controls to mitigate and manage the risks arising from the use of models to fulfill Group or regulatory requirements.
  • Review and challenge model risk assessments and provide guidance to businesses and functions for robust model risk management.
  • Perform pension risk oversight through the review of pension schemes and pension asset and liability management to ensure robust and effective controls
  • Compile the regular reporting relating to risk appetite and model risk management.
  • Liaise and work closely with internal / HSBC teams for implementation of new policies or initiatives to enhance the control of related risk areas.

 

Requirements

  • University degree in Business Management, Finance, Economics, or related discipline. 
  • Over 5 years’ experience in Banking and risk management areas.
  • Strong awareness of regulatory requirements for Financial Services industry.
  • Strong business analysis and problem solving skills are essential.
  • Excellent business communication and presentation skills.
  • Good command of both spoken and written English and Chinese; Mandarin is an advantage.
  • Confident, articulate and have a high degree of personal integrity.
  • Great sense of ownership and servicing mindset to ensure efficient and effective customer service processes.

 

All information provided by applicants will be used only for recruitment purposes and will be used strictly in accordance with the Bank's personal data policies, a copy of which may be obtained by the applicant upon request. Unless otherwise instructed in writing by the applicant concerned, applicants may be considered for other suitable positions within the Bank and its related companies. The personal data of unsuccessful job applicants may be retained for a maximum of two years from the date when the job application is rejected and such data may be retained for a longer period if there is a subsisting reason that obliges the Bank to do so, after which the personal data will be destroyed.