Assistant Manager, Client Due Diligence - Private Banking
Standard Chartered Bank Hong Kong
December 30, 2017
Key Roles & Responsibilities
Assist Department Head to provide advice and training for Front Office in matters and the Account Management team related to account opening, client due diligence and maintenance to minimise error / rejection rates and ensure effective processing in agreed cycle times
Perform first line of quantity checks of completed Account Opening Documents (AODs), periodic review (PRs) and regular Portfolio Review to ensure accuracy and completeness so as to reduce error rates at onward submission and processing by respective units and escalate higher risk relationships to relevant stakeholders
Review and approve the Know Your Client (KYC) and client due diligence (CDD) for new AODs and PRs as well as follow up with Front Office and the respective departments
Through the daily support to the Front Office platform, identify areas for improvements, liaise and coordinate with Spoke and respective support units to drive for work efficiency for Front Line and streamline existing processes where possible
Assist Department Head to execute and monitor the controls in Private Bank (PvB) business to implement and promote an effective risk management culture and operational framework.
Qualifications & Skills
At least 7 years of experience in banking operations, account opening or client due diligence documentation review
Previous AML/ KYC/ CDD experience with private banks is highly perferred
Knowledge of the Bank's products, services, policies and procedures as well as regulatory requirements in the banking industry
Interpersonal skills - communicating effectively and provide value adding advice to others, influencing, supervising effectively
Ability to analyse situations, prioritise, implement processes and solve problem effectively
Good team player
Fluent communication in both English and Chinese is a MUST
Candidate with less experience will be considered as Assistant Manager
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