Standard Chartered is a leading international bank operating in some of the most dynamic markets in the world, in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Our successful and sustainable business is built on doing tangible, long term good for our people, our customers and the communities we serve.
The Bank is embarking on a program of work in Hong Kong to comply with a "Basel Committee on Banking Supervision" edict (BCBS239).
The program is divided into multiple streams to cover various Risk Types. It requires the streams to analyse and document data requirements, and implement their change requirements in order to comply with the BCBS239 principles by the stipulated deadline.
The Business Analyst will support the Stream Reporting Leads for Wholesales Credit Risk in driving the BCBS239 requirements for both non-system deliverables and also for systems related projects. The job holder will work closely with the subject matter experts in Risk / Finance / Data Governance teams to review and analyse the project requirements against BCBS239 principles, data requirements for aggregation & reporting and work towards implementing the requirements.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Coordinate various activities relating to Wholesale Credit Risk streams for the analysis and implementation of BCBS239 requirements
Analyse, scope and work to deliver the requirements as set out by the programme management towards BCBS239 compliance
Perform documentation deliverables for inventories (report / EUC / manual processes), priority reports, Risk measures and data elements including lineage, report specifications for BAU and crisis reports; ensuring high quality of documentation in a level of detail
Ensure project deliveries are aligned to Group BCBS239 programme templates, various frameworks of Data, Technology, Risk Aggregation & Reporting
Provide business requirements for necessary system changes, work with technology teams to ensure deliverables covering relevant testing for implementation
Engage Group BCBS239 Programme counterparts to leverage the common agenda
Collaborate with other risk types, finance, data governance and technology functions as necessary to ensure the programme deliverables are aligned
Work with other teams / projects that may be related to BCBS239 deliverables, address / escalate conflict of interest and facilitate BCBS239 requirements
Qualifications and Skills
Relevant degree in Finance, Risk or similar course of study
6+ years experience in Financial Services industry in Credit Risk Management and Reporting
Extensive knowledge and understanding in internal MIS and/or regulatory reporting, HKMA regulations and reporting requirements
Well versed with Wholesale Banking products
Excellent interpersonal & communication skills to clearly articulate across the organisation hierarchy
Organised, structured with a pragmatic multi tasking approach to deliver within demanding timelines
Able to operate independently and also in cross-cultural cross-functional matrix teams
Preferred experience working in regulatory projects, aware of its lifecycle stages and challenges
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