Mandarin Speaking Risk Analyst  (Chinese Speaking, 中国银行 Bank of China UK)

What You Will be Doing:

" to undertake duties for the bank and any other entitles in the group, including their subsidiaries or holding companies from time to time.
" to accurately record the proportion of your time devoted to each entity.


You will also (but not limited to):

- Produce daily and monthly risk reports for senior management and HO. This involves (1) working with other risk analysts and senior risk managers to ensure the accuracy of the risk positions; (2) monitoring risk limits; and (3) escalating issues to senior risk managers, etc.  Regular and ad-hoc production of reports in Mandarin or English.
- Translation of reports, policies, questionnaires and HO communication from Mandarin to English and vice-versa.
- New risk reporting implemented in RiskMetrics, Kondor+, KGR and other bank systems.
- Counterparty and country rating monitoring on monthly basis.
- If required, assist with UAT for new product launches.
- Conduct BCP testing at disaster recovery site.

- Produce daily and monthly risk reports for senior management and HO. This involves (1) working with other risk analysts and senior risk managers to ensure the accuracy of the risk positions; (2) monitoring risk limits; and (3) escalating issues to senior risk managers, etc. 
- Regular and ad-hoc production of reports in Mandarin or English. Translation of reports, policies, questionnaires and HO communication from Mandarin to English and vice-versa.
- New risk reporting implemented in RiskMetrics, Kondor+, KGR and other bank systems.
- Counterparty and country rating monitoring on monthly basis.
- If required, assist with UAT for new product launches.
- Conduct BCP testing at disaster recovery site.


The Skills You Need to Succeed:

- When covering internal daily report, will be required to start work by 07:30 to support Treasury and ensure timely production of reports and overlap with Beijing where necessary.
- Good Mandarin and English required.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Educated to degree level in a numerate discipline.
- Extensive knowledge and experience of using Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Skills in VBA, SQL, Visio are desirable.
- Knowledge of market risk or counterparty credit risk highly desirable.
- Accounting or Finance-related qualification desirable.

 

Salary:£33,000.00/year

 

Location : London or Birmingham

 

Requisition Number: 002884BOC

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: Bank of China UK Limited

ECM Corporate Finance Transaction / Execution - Associate (中国工商银行 ICBC)

 

ICBC Standard Bank is a leading financial markets and commodities bank. We offer our clients specialist knowledge and expertise to develop and grow their investments across the globe. Our Chinese and African parentage provides our clients access to an extensive global network in both developed and emerging economies. We connect clients to opportunities, which is our distinct competitive advantage, and partner with them to achieve their investment project objectives. We have a global presence expanding through London, Dubai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, China and the US. ICBC Standard Bank Plc has wholly owned entities in the US, ICBC Standard Securities Inc., and ICBC Standard Resources (America) Inc. In China, ICBC Standard Bank Plc is represented by Standard Resources (China) Limited. All are affiliates of ICBC Standard Bank Plc.

 

The Associate position in the investment banking advisory team will be responsible for all corporate finance matters - the end to end execution of all Equity Capital Market and Financing Advisory mandates, legal / compliance / regulatory responsibilities and preparation of pitching materials. Expertise in corporate finance execution of both public offerings (IPOs /Rights issues / ABBs) and private deals (private placements, pre-IPO structures, equity/debt advisory). 

 

Responsibilities

  • End to end ECM and Financing Advisory transaction execution. Process and due diligence management from pitch to closing. Draft transaction related documentation including teasers, investment/information memoranda, offering documentation. Manage transaction related opinions/agreements and legal negotiations.
  • Client pitches and documentation. Prepare pitch documents based on input and direction from the team, including ability to compare and contrast different listing jurisdictions. Gather, analyse and summarise relevant data from internal and external sources. Work with communications team to ensure professional presentation.
  • Financial modelling, valuation and analysis. Build, review and manage complex operating, equity and debt financial models and undertake valuation of public and private companies/divisions/assets based on industry-standard methods (DCF, comparable multiples, comparable transaction data, IRR/LBO).
  • ECM / Corporate finance technical and legal/compliance/regulatory leadership and broader ICBCS / ICBC / SB interface.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Business-level Mandarin reading, verbal and writing.
  • Knowledge in corporate finance execution of both public offerings (IPOs/Rights issues/ABBs) and private deals (private placements, pre-IPO structures, equity/debt advisory), training can be provided in advance
  • Knowledge of listing regulations and alternatives in key financial centres globally (London, New York, Toronto, Hong Kong, Australia).
  • End to end ECM transaction execution knowledge, including due diligence, documentation, process management.
  • Bachelor degree in a numerate discipline, supported by relevant postgraduate finance qualifications.
  • Evidence of a global disposition, having worked and/or studied in multiple continents. Experience in emerging markets would be helpful.
  • Interest in developing a career in investment banking ECM/ECF and Financing Advisory.
  • Strong financial modelling, analysis, valuation and negotiation skills.

 

Salary:£35,300.00/year

 

Requisition Number: 044911ICBC

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Working Industry : Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: ICBC UK

Financial Data Analyst 

Role Purpose:

 This role sits within the Global Risk & Analytics which is within the Financial Crimes Compliance Area.The team is responsible for the configuration, oversight, governance and control of all processes related to the CAMP Transaction Monitoring system. The jobholder will assist in operation, configuration and update of CAMP Transaction Monitoring systems plus requirements for Source system changes.

 

Key Accountabilities:

 

Impact on the Business

• Analysis of initial system configuration and deployment.

• On-going refinement by analysis of system configurations and outputs.

• Carrying out analysis of customer/account segmentations, volume trends and account activity to produce robust detection mechanisms.

• Setting thresholds and segmentation based on reports and regulatory requirements

• Ability to create reports and supporting evidence from database queries

• Ability to interpret and manipulate large data set to extract trends and identify issues.

• Support the implementation of new AML & regulations into the CAMP Transaction Monitoring systems and procedures.

• Identify, manage and mitigate risks associated with AML systems and processes.

• Understanding of bank payment processes and products.

• Help identify and share best practice for AML, helping to ensure all people, process and systems operate in a “joined up” manner.

• Help translate regulatory requirements, as defined by senior Compliance stakeholders, into consistent, efficient, workable processes.

• Help build the relationship with operations, technology and compliance management in respect of AML systems and processes.

 

Customers / Stakeholders

• RBWM and CMB

• M&S Money

• Group Compliance

• Change Delivery

• Business Risk

• MLRO Function

• Global Compliance Teams

• Compliance Operations

• Software Delivery

 

Leadership & Teamwork

• Cultivate a positive and collaborative working environment with the Compliance function.

• Ability to work and co-ordinate with remote sites.

• Build and manage relationships with IT systems CoE

• Build and manage relationships within risk, CoE, IT, Operations

• Help contribute to AML  strategy

 

Operational Effectiveness & Control

• Ensure all documentation is completed with highest quality

• Control the monitoring, tracking and resolving of issues, risks and dependencies on analysis, requirements gathering, design and delivery project tasks.

• To assist the Business stakeholders, in their responsibility for complying with all relevant regulations, policies and procedures relating to AML.

• Be aware of changes to business practices and products to ensure that compliance procedures and controls are adequate to cover them.

• To monitor and check for adherence to compliance procedures and controls.

 

Role Context

• The function is responsible for the governance and effectiveness of CAMP Transaction Monitoring System

• The function own the change management, governance, delivery and optimisation of CAMP transaction monitoring system in line with Group business needs and in support of key regulatory drivers.

• Support Group-wide framework for providing consultancy and support to regions and customer groups to proactively identify / elicit / articulate / prioritise emerging business change requirements to maintain and improve the effectiveness of systems.

• Support of excellent relationships with the regulators, industry bodies, etc., in respect of management of AML  risk

• Support of excellent relationships with internal customers/business areas in respect to their system and data needs for AML Risk Management

 

Salary:£34,300.00/year

   

Requisition Number: 2921533H

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: HSBC UK

 

Bank Reconciliation Officer 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a hardworking and competent Finance professional to join our busy team as a Bank Reconciliation Officer, to help us process high volumes of reconciliations of all bank transactions for all group bank accounts in the group’s financial management systems

 

Responsibilities :

  • Coding and posting bank transactions to the cashbook on a daily basis, ensuring that funds are transferred to the correct bank account on a timely basis.
  • Posting receipts, credit notes and other adjustments and carrying out bank reconciliations in a timely manner.
  • Administration of the TSB Internet Banking (TSBIB) system, administering TSBIB and BACS Payment Services.
  • Processing and sending TSB.net payments on a timely basis
  • Monitoring all sales ledger income received and producing reports for the Head of Transactional Accounting / Accounts Receivable Ledger Supervisor for them to take action to maximise receipt of incomes to ensure that debtors periods are minimised.
  • Management and reconciliation of Cash suspense accounts with an aim to maintaining level of unreconciled transactions.
  • Liaise with outside organisations and colleagues on a daily basis to establish the detail of bank receipts where insufficient information has been is provided with the receipts when necessary.
  • Producing monthly reports and supporting information relating to One Housing’s debtor balances
  • Performing the processes of the month end close down.
  • Assisting with the preparation of analyses, reconciliations, other schedules or reports required for the annual or monthly management accounts or other returns.
  • Overseeing the management of plastic cards administration and banking
  • Banking of cash / cheques received throughout the week.
  • Maintain a register of all Direct Debits/Standing Orders held by the Group, and obtain coding schedule from the Business units to ensure that the cost are posted on a timely basis.
  • Ensuring that TSB’s Standing Orders, Financial Regulations and Policies are adhered to at all times.
  • Provide weekly analysis reports to the Capital team of property sales, first tranche, stair-casing and grant receipts.
  • Assist in the preparation of year end accounts as well as aiding the internal and external auditor with any queries

 

Salary:£31,600.00/year     

 

Requisition Number: 2952564

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: TSB UK

 

Finance Professional, Treasury Accounting, Ledger Accounting 

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Finance Professional within our Financial & Accounting Control Division.

The purpose of this role is to interpret and implement the policies and procedures of the department. With a deep understanding of their area, the Finance Professional will provide advice and service to other departments as well as performing key reconciliations and controls.

The Ledger Accounting department provides Financial Accounting & Control services and support to the wholesale market activity of the company UK group. This covers all of the activity of the Company Global Corporate Banking (SGCB) division, most of the CFO Division, and parts of the Company Corporate & Commercial Bank (SCCB).

Treasury Accounting provides services to all of the main legal entities in the group and interact with other key stakeholders including the individual business units, wholesale Operations, Market Risk and other areas of the Finance division. The products covered range from debt issuance and short term funding through to the trading of complex derivatives.


Our people are passionate about truly listening to our customers to make banking more simple, personal and fair. And change like that doesn’t happen unless we all speak up with new ideas and challenge things that could be better. That’s why we’ve built a culture of respect, where everyone supports each other to keep their promises and go above-and-beyond – every day.

 As a Finance Professional your main responsibilities will be

1. Involvement in the Account Ownership Reconciliation Process (AORP), account ownership and sign off of the general ledger at trail balance level

2. Reviewing and challenging reconciliations and controls over accounting balance

3. Producing management information/ assist with statutory reporting mapping and queries

4. Performing reconciliations and checks over the daily nostro funding process

5. To reconcile inter-company balances

 

Minimum skills and experience required

1. At least a Bachelor degree is required , master degree is a plus

2. Ability to demonstrate strong technical and analytical skills

3. An ability to demonstrate an in depth understanding of accounting and accounting processes

3. A good level of knowledge of financial instruments including interest rate derivatives, funding, bond and cash instruments, experience in Financial Services is desirable

4. Previous experience in a Treasury Finance Product Control function would be desirable

 

Location: London or Birmingham and other 2 places can be relocated

 

Salary:£31,200.00/year  

 

  

Requisition Number: 2193925

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name: Santander UK

 

Barclays Private Banker 

 

As a Barclays Private Banker, you will be identifying, planning and developing new private banking relationships. You will have the opportunity to present to clients as an investment profession and representative of the Bank. You will also be achieving personal and team goals for new assets, clients and revenues.

 

As a Private Banker, your main responsibilities will involve:

• Achieving personal objectives and assisting in achieving team targets for: new clients, assets and revenues

• Maintaining the highest levels of client service and delivery

• Acting as a key contact for banking products, credit advice and client queries

• Being the key interface between the client and other parts of the Barclays group, including but not limited to wealth advisory, discretionary portfolio management and the investment advisory teams

• Building and maintaining effective allocated introductory relationships with key internal and external stakeholders

• Influencing colleagues and contacts, in order to secure positive outcomes for clients and for the business

 

 

As a Private Banker, your skills and qualifications will include:

• Bachelor or above in Finance , Accounting or other business-related , please note Top 30 University will have a strong competitive edge but including Cass Business School (City London), Liverpool Management School (University of Liverpool), University of Reading, Cardiff University and Bangor Business School (Bangor University))

• Having strong relationship skills with experience of managing and handling the varied needs of individuals and families

• Being effective in gaining an in-depth understanding of client’s needs and advising on a diverse range of wealth management solutions

• Having an entrepreneurial spirit but also have a collegiate approach

• Proven experience in controlling and monitoring risk within a client book

Salary:£31,500.00/year    

 

Requisition Number: 07048521

Experience Level: Junior Level

Product Service Line: Finance

Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time

Company Name : Barclays UK

 

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