Operational Risk AVP/VP | Asset Management

Selby Jennings



23 January 2017

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Our client is a leading Asset Management firm with a strong presence in Asia. We are hiring an AVP/VP Operational Risk person to be based in Singapore.

Our ideal candidate for this Operational Risk role should have at least 7 years of experience in Operational Risk in either a first line of defense or second line of defense Operational Risk function. We are looking for good Operational Risk candidates who have strong Risk and Controls experience, and who have experience in Asset Management. Capital Markets or related Financial Services.

The main responsibilities of the AVP/VP Operational Risk in Singapore with the Asset Management firm:

Be point person for Operational Risk and Controls for the Asset Management business

Enhance Risk Control Assessments for the business

Ensure that control activities are in line with the firm's processes and policies

Oversee Risk Controls, Key Risk Indicators and escalate any potential issues to the senior management

Enhance and improve upon existing Operational Risk processes

Aid in Audit for the Asset Management business

Work with the regional teams to develop and enhance Operational Risk across Asia

Feedback on all Operational Risk matters to the HQ

This is an exciting chance to join an expanding and leading international Group as they grow their Risk function in Singapore. We are keen to see Operational Risk candidates who are keen to grow their Operational Risk career in the Investment/Asset Management space.
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