Vice-President – Credit Monitoring Officer**

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Job description

Business type

Types of Jobs - Risk Management / Control

Job title

Vice-President – Credit Monitoring Officer**

Contract type

Permanent Contract

Job summary

**This position will be under the Employee Referral Program in Hong Kong.


Department: Risk and Permanent Control



The Credit Monitoring & Reporting – Asia Pacific (CMR-AP) team is a part of the Risk and Permanent Control – Asia-Pacific (RPC-AP). CMR-AP represents for the Asia Pacific region the Credit Monitoring & Reporting team attached to RPC-Head Office. CMR-AP co-ordinates the control of counterparty risk, the process of validation of new activities and products, implementation of HO directives and projects, standardization of processes and risk reporting across the region.


Under the supervision of the Regional Head – CMR-AP, the risk officer in the Credit Monitoring & Reporting team -  CRM AP will be responsible for: 

  • Managing the Risk Reporting and Risk Processes in Asia i.e. ensuring the quality of risk data, supporting the implementation of projects in the risk department, conducting transversal analysis, optimizing the risk reporting, analysing the credit risk aspects of new products and animating the RPC AP product control meeting.

  • Administering the Risk Referential and Monitoring process i.e. defining high quality and efficient monitoring processes, supporting and communicating with Asian units on their daily production tasks, working with various departments and Head Office teams on risk issues / projects, reviewing regional risk governance, and enhancing risk awareness.

Key Responsibilities:

Support/ Training

  • Provide 1st level of support to local CMR on risk systems, data management, risk monitoring and referential processes / systems

  • Provide support and training to enhance the risk awareness in the bank

  • Ensure the coordination of risk studies and provide support on RWA analysis

Projects / Industrialization

  • Work with various external departments at local, regional, or Head Office level on analysing and solving risk issues

  • Provide Head Office with expertise and solutions on transversal risk analysis, projects, systems and risk referential and monitoring

  • Develop and implement risk processes and tools to ensure the efficiency of risk monitoring, reporting and the quality of the risk information

  • Enhance risk management by industrializing risk processes and optimizing transversal workflow (impacted by or impacting other departments)

  • Coordinate implementation of IT projects and developments and user acceptance tests for CMR related issues across the Region

Central Management / Reporting

  • Build and automate the production of risk reports and indicators for the management.

  • Develop and implement indicators of monitoring quality and Risk Indicators dashboards

  • Study, deploy and maintain an efficient communication platform within the Asia-Pacific Region

Governance/ Supervision (2nd level control)

  • Review and implement Regional  and HO Risk Governance and Requirements on relevant topics at a local level

  • Follow up and solve with the units the audit recommendations related to Credit Monitoring & Reporting

Supplementary Information

New Product/ Credit Risk Analysis

  • As part of the New Activities and Product (NAP) process, organize and animate the RPC AP Product Control Meeting and represent RPC AP during the NAP committee

  • Perform the credit risk and system analysis of new products and activities in Asia

  • To communicate with the units, HO and the Region the rationale behind every Risk NAP decision

  • To be involved in the Post Implementation Review Process and ensure the respect of restrictions imposed by RPC on new products and activities


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Position location

Geographical area

Asia, Hong Kong



Candidate criteria

Minimal education level

Bachelor Degree / BSc Degree or equivalent

Academic qualification / Speciality

  • At least a Bachelor’s degree, with strong computer skills (a good working knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, VBA, and Business Object).

Level of minimal experience

6-10 years


  • 7-10 years’ experience as a senior member of a credit risk management team in a financial institution. This could be relaxed for internal candidates with the relevant experience. 

Required skills

  • Good written and oral communication skills i.e. should be able to present matters simply and clearly across the hierarchy

  • Motivated, ability to adapt to and work in a multi-cultural environment

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Capable of working under pressure and meeting deadlines

  • Project management / ability to identify and analyse issues and suggest solutions

  • Team Player with the capability of motivating a team

  • Ability to communicate across the hierarchy

  • Knowledge of Banking Products and Banking Regulations


Fluent in English (essential) and French (preferable)