Our client is an international asset management company with an unparalleled reputation across the Asia Pacific region. With the continued growth of the organization, the need has arisen to recruit a high caliber professional to join them in Hong Kong.
Drive and manage Operations change initiatives within the region. Adhere to standard project structures to control and monitor project deliverables based on project management methodology and framework. Share best practice, Drive and ensure operational regulatory compliance and risk mitigation. Support global harmonisation, including continuous development, refinement and implementation of strategic Target Operating Model. Identify opportunities for digitization and automation for efficiency enhancement and support on implementation. Understand feature and local requirements for establishing access to new market like China including establish operational processes, evaluate outsourced service provider, identify system requirements and coordinate testing, etc. Scope of projects includes optimizing and harmonizing of target operating model for all upcoming regulatory and operational requirements, solution design and implementation for new and complex business requests, deploying Operations strategy, innovation and new technology for continuous improvement. Vendor Management.
To be qualified, you should be a holder of University degree with a minimum of 7 years of experience in financial services industry, preferably in asset management. Proven track record in both Operations and project management. Good understanding of the end-to-end asset management value chain and key regulatory requirements. Analytical, good communication, project and people management skills. Fluency in both spoken and written English and Chinese. Experience in transfer agency function. Experience on running project on digitalization and outsourcing.
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Kelly Kam by email to email@example.com or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC3147.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)