Job - Senior Manager, Internal Audit, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited
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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited (“ICBC (Asia)") is a licensed bank incorporated in Hong Kong. It has 57 branches, 24 “Elite Club" Wealth Management Centres and 3 commercial business centres in Hong Kong. It is principally engaged in banking, financial and other finance-related services with a focus on retail and commercial banking as well as corporate banking business. The total assets of ICBC (Asia) amounted to HK$712 .1 billion at the end of June 2015, and its after-tax net profit reached HK$3.081 billion in the first half of 2015. Chinese Mercantile Bank and ICBC (Asia) Investment Management Company Limited, two wholly-owned subsidiaries of ICBC (Asia), are specialized in RMB services in Mainland China and the investment management businesses with a focus on Asia respectively. ICBC (Asia) is the flagship of overseas banking business of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (“ ICBC") – currently the largest commercial bank in China. 

Senior Manager, Internal Audit

Job Ref.IAD-SM-IW-CT

Job Duties:

Reporting to the Section Head, the jobholder should lead a team of auditors and perform the following duties:

  • Oversee and direct activities of an audit team to conduct audit reviews of business and support functions of the Bank in an effective manner to assure the effectiveness of their system of internal controls
  • Liaise with the heads of other departments and sections on controversial audit issues and explain the risk implementations of major audit findings and suggest with an aim to safeguard the Bank’s interests in various aspects
  • Provide advisory service to add value in the development of products and services to safeguard the Bank from significant risks
  • Help developing and implementing effective audit methodologies / tools for the Section
  • Promote an appropriate control culture within the Bank and assure that relevant key control measures are undertaken to minimize the risk exposure of the Bank
  • Develop and maintain positive relationship with, and presenting a professional image of the unit to business and support unit of the bank, external auditors and regulators
  • Provide guidance and on-the-job training to the team members for maintaining a high performing professional audit team

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or above in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or relevant disciplines
  • Holder of CPA, CIA AHKIB or other relevant professional qualifications
  • At least 15 years of audit experience in financial institutions or public accounting firms, with at least 5 years of supervisory experience
  • Sound auditing skills in general banking
  • Good business acumen with knowledge of banking business and operations
  • Strong communication, persuasive and interpersonal skills (oral and written)
  • Maintain high level of integrity, objectivity, confidentiality and competency
  • Good command of written & spoken English and Chinese, including Putonghua
  • Candidate with less experience will be considered for Manager position 

To apply, please send full resume including present and expected salary quoting job reference number to:

The Human Resources Manager
GPO Box 872
Hong Kong
or
e-mail to hrd@icbcasia.com

See your career soar to the highest at www.icbcasia.com

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Job Ref No.
IAD-SM-IW-CT (CT3101589-01#0240)
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