With solid preparation experience in HKMA Banking Returns and surveys, mainly in Liquidity, BELR or CAR etc.
Involving the HKMA SPM analysis and return policy particular in capital, new exposure rule or liquidity to derive gap analysis of return and flow control
Support ad hoc process improvement and other projects assigned by team head
Subject matter knowledge in new exposure regulation (Banking Exposure Limits Rule) or liquidity returns of tier 1 bank (LCR and NSFR)
Perform user acceptance testing (UAT) and related testing on report compilation automation projects
University graduate with major in Accounting, Finance or related disciplines
HKICPA or ACCA qualification is preferable
Minimum 6 years of relevant experience in preparing full set of Statutory Reports (Banking Returns) in sizable banking institution. Experience in return automation project such as workflow re-engineering is highly preferred
Strong good presentation and project management skill
Able to work under pressure and meet deadline strictly
Self-motivated, independent with an analytical mindset
Strong command of both written and spoken English and Chinese, including Putonghua
Proficient in using MS office in Excel, Word and PPT
Candidate with more/less experience may be considered as Manager/Assistant Manager.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited (“ICBC (Asia)") is the flagship of overseas business of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited (“ICBC") – currently the largest commercial bank in China, and it is one of the domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs) in Hong Kong. Currently, ICBC (Asia) has 57 retail outlets (including 29 “Elite Club" Wealth Management Centres) in Hong Kong. It is engaged in commercial banking, investment banking and other financial services, including those of securities, insurance and funds, with a focus on commercial and retail banking as well as global market business. Chinese Mercantile Bank and ICBC Asset Management (Global) Company Limited, two wholly-owned subsidiaries of ICBC (Asia), specialize in Renminbi services in mainland China and ICBC’s global asset management business respectively.