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 the large targeted customers. Amret has its strong commitment and long-term business strategies to be a leading financial institution in the market.
Established in 1991, Amret is invested by outstanding shareholders including Advans, Proparco, GRET, LFP, FMO and Botta. It has 142 branches, located in 25 city and provinces in Cambodia, and raised USD 153 million in deposits and USD 289 million of outstanding loans. It has successfully served over 381,000 customers, and employed around 3,000 highly dedicated employees.
Amret is an institution having a good working environment and culture of high productivity and professional development. It provides employees a competitive remuneration and benefits, long-term secure career opportunities and social security.
Amret is now looking for a highly skilled and experienced candidates to fulfil the following position:
♦ Position Title : Deputy Head of Risk Management and Compliance
♦ Closing Date : 03-March-2015
♦ Report to : Head of Risk Management and Compliance
♦ Location : Phnom Penh
The Deputy Head of Risk Management and Compliance is a key player in developing and preparing strategic plan for department and risk management and compliance strategy in order to protect the safeguard of institutional assets. He/she manages three units in Risk Management and Compliance Department and also leads in providing support to other departments in identifying specific potential risk and providing risk mitigation solutions by balancing between risk and commercial strategy.
Duties & Responsibilities
♦ Develop and prepare strategic plan for department and risk management and compliance strategy in order to protect the safeguard of institutional assets and support respective
business partners and Amret's strategic plan;
♦ Lead in developing risk management and compliance tools to ensure any risk are properly managed and protected as well as comply with both internal and external regulations;
♦ Play as a business partner in providing support to other departments in terms of identifying specific potential risk and providing risk mitigation solutions by balancing between risk and commercial strategy;
♦ Lead in collecting and analyzing business information to find potential business risk which negatively impact to business and present it with key risk mitigation solutions to executive committee and BOD;
♦ Build capacity of staff under supervision to be able to effectively handle their work more independently and actively participate in developing or updating risk mitigation tools in responding to business change; and
♦ Coordinate NBC onsite inspection and follow up their recommendation and prepare monthly progress report in order to serve timely response and to ensure the recommendation is taken action accordingly.
♦ Master degree in business administration or related fields;
♦ Minimum 5 years' experience in finance and banking industry; including minimum 3 years' experience in managerial position;
♦ Ability to manage and monitor the potential risks for business in order to prevent loss or reduce impact if the risk occurs; and
♦ This position requires frequent travel to support business operations at provinces.
♦ Advanced in customer service orientation, analytical thinking, initiative, achievement orientation, organizational commitment, policy and procedure, analysis and evaluation of data or information, industry knowledge, industry knowledge, relevant rules and regulations, relevant rules and regulations, and change leadership.
♦ Proficient in change leadership.
♦ Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV to: email@example.com
♦ Only short-listed candidates will be INVITED for an interview. The submitted documents will NOT be returned.
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