How to evaluate financial capital?

Head of Stress Testing Methodology  September 29, 2012 – 11:37 am
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World Leading Bank looking for experienced risk manager to join their Credit Portfolio Risk team to continue their rapid expansion across Asia PacificrnKey responsibilities:

Key responsibilities:

  • Active involvement in Stress Testing of all the Bank`s portfolios Asia-wide
  • Implement a Group wide Stress Testing concept to evaluate the capital adequacy ratio under stressful conditions; integrated capital, funding and financial performance
  • Regulatory reporting (including ICAAP) and portfolio MI reporting and liaise with regulatory bodies
  • Lead the internal stress testing exercises and assist in presenting the stress test results for senior management and the Bank`s Board.
  • Coordinate regulatory stress testing agenda in accordance to ICAAPs, IMF FSAP and Reverse Stress Testing.

Other responsibilities are:
A key member of the bank`s regional risk executive team

Qualifications & Skills:

  • At least 7 years of working experience in credit risk analytics
  • Strong focus on quality control and attention to detail
  • Understanding of Portfolio/Capital and Market Risk models and tools would be highly regarded
  • Excellent communication skills

Interested candidates please send in your resume in word format to qrfsing@selbyjennings.com or call +65 6808 5600 for a confidential discussion

Type: Full-time

Location: Hong Kong

Category: Technology Jobs

Apply Email: Singapore@selbyjennings.com

Source: Selby Jennings : Recruitment for the Global Financial Markets

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