AM or Manager, Special Assets, Chinese Corporate Bank AM or Manager, Special Assets, Chinese Corporate  …

Hays Banking & Financial Services Hong Kong
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Negotiable
Hays Banking & Financial Services Hong Kong
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Be the first to apply
Negotiable
Hays Banking & Financial Services Hong Kong
An AM or Manager role to handle debt recovery and support collection strategies in a Chinese Corporate Bank

Your new company

  • A Hong Kong Based Bank providing a broad spectrum of financial services including business banking, wholesale banking as well as global markets and treasury solutions.


Your new role
Working under Risk Management Department, you will be responsible for handling debt recovery for non-performing accounts through solutions like cash or assets recovery, debt restructuring, etc. You will support daily execution of collection. Meanwhile, as a more senior member in the team, you may assist in coaching other team members.

What you'll need to succeed

  • 7 years of experience in bank covered debt recovery, special assets management or credit risk functions
  • Fluent in Mandarin and English


What you'll get in return

  • A great opportunity to join a growing banking employer with career growth
  • Competitive base salary and annual discretionary bonus
  • Rare Vacancy


What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or for further information and a confidential discussion on this role or to find out about more opportunities in Credit contact Isis Yu at Hays on +852 2230 7981 or email isis.yu@hays.com.hk

Company Overview

We are Hays, the leading global experts in qualified, professional and skilled recruitment. The 11,000 people we employ around the world partner with clients and candidates to power the world of work.
Every day our expert consultants help thousands of candidates find their next role, and they also help clients reshape workforces and deal with talent shortages. Last year we placed 77,000 people in permanent jobs and 244,000 people into temporary roles.

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