Business Assistant (Hong Kong Branch)
Bank of China limited first opened its branch office in Hong Kong in 1917. After the listing of BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) Limited, a subsidiary of the Bank, on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2002, Bank of China maintained the branch in Hong Kong which continued to hold a full banking license granted under the Banking Ordinance (Cap. 155) and was registered as an authorized institution under the Banking Ordinance. Bank of China uses this branch primarily to conduct financial markets businesses，which include foreign-currency denominated debt security investment management, issuance of CDs (Certificates of Deposit)/MTN/senior debts, investment of on-shore RMB debt securities, ,bond underwriting and sales, asset management, off-shore RMB trading, and risk management of the above-mentioned businesses.
In light of our business expansion plan, the Bank of China Hong Kong Branch will recruit a number of business assistants to improve the operation flow of Hong Kong Branch and to strengthen the control of operational risk. Responsibilities:
- Implement the tools of risk identification, assessment, mitigation and control in market risk, credit risk and operational risk related to treasury business.
- Review risk assessment materials submitted by various units and to analyze the risks in new businesses / products / systems.
- Conduct reviews to identify possible risks and provide recommendations to enhance risk control.
- Follow up and maintain the risk system enhancement or related risk IT projects
- Education background: Bachelor degree holder or equivalent and above, major in finance, economics, IT preferred, Mainland educational background preferred
- University graduate with major in Finance, Economics, Risk Management, Computer Science, IT is preferred
- Excellent managerial, analytical and strategic thinking
- Good interpersonal and communication skills
- Fluent in written and spoken English and Mandarin
Employment will be under 2-year renewable contract
This position will be hired under Bank of China (Hong Kong Branch)