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Amret is a leading microfinance institution that contributes to the economic and social development of Cambodia by providing a wide range of financial services to targeted large-scale customers. Amret has a strong commitment and long-term business strategies in order to be a leading and socially-responsible financial institution in the market.
Established in 1991, Amret's shareholder structure comprises well-known international stakeholders IFC, Advans, FMO, and LFP, as well as Amret's staff association (Botta). It has 139 branches, located in 25 cities and provinces in Cambodia, a USD 411 million loan portfolio, and has raised USD 200 million in deposits. It has successfully served over 394,000 customers, and has a staff of around 3,400 highly-dedicated employees.
Amret is seeking a highly-motivated CFO to provide financial advice and expertise to support the business plan and strengthen the company's efficiency.
♦ Position Title : Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
♦ Report to : Chief Executive Officer
♦ Closing Date : 26 February 2016
♦ Location : Phnom Penh
The Chief Financial Officer is a member of the Executive Committee. S/he provides strategic financial advice to management and the Board of Directors (BoD). S/he oversees the treasury, finance, and general affairs departments and coordinates their activities.
Duties & Responsibilities
♦ Provide financial communication to the BoD and stakeholders to ensure awareness of such information;
♦ Oversee the production of financial results reports in compliance with standards required (CIFRS, tax obligations, and group requirements);
♦ Act as company representative in negotiations with lenders to ensure the company's interest is protected;
♦ Lead actively the development of treasury strategies and tools in order to maximize the profits by allocating assets and liabilities correctly;
♦ Oversee and monitor financial risk mitigation (liquidity risk, interest-rate risk, foreign exchange risk, etc.);
♦ Monitor the budget and budget projection processes to ensure they are accurate, and ensure efficient usage of the company's assets;
♦ Lead collaboration between the treasury and finance teams by allocating activities and processes in order to ensure good functioning, and to respond to business growth;
♦ Manage three department heads (Finance, Treasury, and General Affairs) and indirectly manage 62 professional staff; ensure staff development in term of skills and awareness of their environment;
♦ Oversee the procurement process to ensure it is transparent and efficient;
♦ Contribute to and share the company's strategic decisions.
♦ Master's degree in Financial Management or related fields;
♦ CFA/CPA qualification;
♦ Minimum 8 years' experience in treasury and corporate finance management in the Microfinance or Banking industry; including a minimum 7 years' experience as a senior manager with daily involvement in the strategic decision- making process.
♦ Excellent command of financial analysis and financial risk management;
♦ Advanced analytical skills;
♦ Excellent ability for negotiation and persuasion;
♦ Self-starter & results-oriented person;
♦ Ability to lead staff and be able to develop their skills;
♦ Excellent written and spoken English.
♦ Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org
♦ Only short-listed candidates will be INVITED for an interview. The documents submitted will NOT be returned.
#35 BA, Street Tchécoslovaquie (169), Sangkat Veal Vong, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tel : (855) 23 880 942 | Fax : (855) 23 881 342 | E-mail : email@example.com | Website : www.amret.com.kh
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