Group Audit helps the Board and Executive Management meet the strategic and operational objectives of the DBS Group. We conduct independent checks to ensure that the Group’s risk and control processes are adequate and effective. All our team members are highly sought-after professionals who work as trusted advisors to our clients, in all matters related to a company’s internal controls.
Plan, lead, manage and execute audits covering the Institutional Banking Group (IBG) and/or Global Transaction Services (GTS) portfolios in accordance with department and professional standards. Manage assignments efficiently and effectively including defining audit scope, risk matrices and testing strategy, and reviewing audit working papers and reports
Keep abreast of emerging issues in the relevant units under his/her audit portfolios. Perform ongoing risk and control assessment of the designated audit portfolios and take necessary actions to reflect/address material changes in the assessments
Support digital agenda to build up the IBG/GTS audit platform for risk assessment, planning, control testing and reporting
Actively advise and apprise Audit management of all major risk, control and regulatory issues that impact the control environment of the Bank
Manage key relationships with management of IBG/GTS including relevant support units
Provide consultancy advice to internal stakeholders on control matters so as to build up Audit’s identity as a trusted advisor
Provide recommendations, where appropriate, to enable that major concerns and recommendations raised by internal and external auditors, and regulators are resolved satisfactorily
Guide and support other audit team members where necessary or appropriate
Adhere to audit charter, audit methodology, Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) standards and relevant code of ethics, and regulatory requirements
Minimum 10 years’ working experience in audit or relevant experience in financial institutions
Solid knowledge of corporate banking, credit risk management, cash management and trade finance, including knowledge of relevant products, operations and regulatory requirements
Strong written and verbal presentation and communication skills
Effective interpersonal and project management skills. Be organized with strong problem-solving skills and deliver on deadlines
Able to work independently and collaborate with internal / external stakeholders to achieve desirable outcomes
Prior experience in audit, risk management or control functions would be an advantage but not a pre-requisite
Degree holder in any discipline. Professional qualification (e.g. CPA, CFA, FRM, CIA, CAMS or CISA) would be an advantage
People with lesser experience will be considered for AVP
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package and the professional advantages of a dynamic environment that supports your development and recognises your achievements.
We regret only shortlisted candidates will be notified.