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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


PRASAC MFI Ltd., is a microfinance institution, which is providing sustainable financial services such as loans, deposits, and other financial products for 25 provinces and city. PRASAC is currently seeking for the qualified Cambodian candidates to fill the position as below:

Position: Manager of Compliance Unit, 1 position

Report to: VP & Manager of Corporate Strategy and Business Plan

Job Location: Head Office, Phnom Penh

Deadline: October 10, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Key Selection Criteria and Qualification

• Identify and assess the main compliance risk issues facing thePRASAC and the plans to manage them;
• Report promptly to the Executive committee on any materialcompliance failures (e.g. failures that may attract a significant risk of legal orregu-latory sanctions, material financial loss, or loss to reputation);
• Establish and continuously improve a consistent operating framework for the identification, management, monitoring and reporting of Compliance risks and issues;
• Responsible for ensuring that the operating framework meets internal and External requirements espe-cially rules and regulations of NBC;
• Ensure that internal policies do not contravene current and/or proposed legislation, rules and regulations;
• Evaluate new laws and regulations and stay abreast of all legislative and regulatory developments both locally and globally that might have an impact on the PRASAC business operation;
• Perform other tasks required by Corporate Strategy and Business Plan Manager.

• Educational background in Master degree in law and management, risk management;
• Minimum of five years’ experience in compliance preferably including a combination of banking, regulatory, consultancy, professional;
• A general knowledge and understanding of banking, as well as legislation, rules and regulations impacting banking;
• Good computer literacy knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel and MS Outlook;
• Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, to clearly express logically reasoned ideas;
• Fluency in spoken and written English;
• Ability to think clearly and asses matters quickly and to solve problems;
• Knowledge of sourcing information (including internet);
• High personal integrity, morality and prudence;
• High motivation and ability to perform tasks without supervision;
• Good interpersonal skill and ability to work in a team spirit;


Interested and qualified applicants should be submitted their CV and cover letter to Personnel Department by e-mail: honey@prasac.com.kh .For more details information, please feel free to contact us via telephone: 023 220 102, website: www.prasac.com.kh. Applications will not be returned. Only short-listed candidates will be notified and contacted for an interview.

Building 212, Street 271, Toultompong 2, Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phone: +855 23 865 588 | Fax: +855 23 216 362
Email: info.pp@prasac.com.kh | Website: prasac.com.kh


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