PRASAC MFI, Ltd. is a microfinance institution, which is providing sustainable financial services as loan, deposit, and fee base products for 24 provinces and city of Cambodia. PRASAC MFI is currently seeking for the qualified Cambodian candidates to fill the position as below:
POSITION: Trade Finance Unit Manager, 01 Position
JOB LOCATION: Head Office,Phnom Penh
Main Duties and Responsibilities
. Support PRASAC’s strategy of trade finance activities in HO and Branches.
. Maintain/develop client relationships and business opportunities.
. Provide a high quality consultation about trade finance products, responsibilities and risks, tailored and cost effective service to clients and maintain the Bank’s reputation.
. Providing consultation to clients in case of discrepant / missing documents.
. Processing/Issuing/confirming trade finance products and services.
. Keep professional relations to correspondent banks involved PRASAC’s trade finance activities.
. Maintain compliance with external regulatory requirements and the effective internal control environment.
. Perform trade finance activities in the framework of international best practice and the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
. Ensure that the level of performance covers the professional requirements of the commercial business.
. Provide know-how to customer relations officers, staff members of related departments and Branch managers.
. Participate in knowledge sharing and learning activities on Trade Finance, and contribute to dissemination activities and training program.
. Monitor and maintain records of the Bank’s contingent trade finance exposure
REPORT TO: International Banking Service Manager
DEADLINE: October 14, 2013 at 4:00 PM
Key Selection Criteria and Qualification
. Bachelor/Master’s degree or equivalent in Finance, Economics, International Trade, Law or related international development fields.
. At least 3 years of progressively responsible experience on issues related to trade finance, trade faci-litation and policies.
. A deep understanding of trade policies, trade finance related transactions and experience in processing trade finance products.
. Experience of writing procedures, drafting reports, preparing business cases.
. Sound knowledge of all Trade Finance products, e.g. export and import collections and LCs, transferable LCs, Standby LCs, Assignments, Demand guarantees
. Knowledge of SWIFT Alliance and relevant SWIFT category 2, 4 and 7.
. Knowledge of Anti-Money laundering guidance procedures and keeping up to date with current Fraud prevention legislation.
. Strong client orientation with commitment to results on the ground and operational experience.
. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrated ability to communicate ideas effectively.
. Fluency in spoken and written English.
. Sound judgment and decision making skills, able to remain calm under pressure and take control
. Ability to work as part of a team, as well as independently.
Interested and qualified applicants should submit a resume, a cover letter with currently photo (4x6), a copy of certificates, letter of recommendation, national identity card, birth letter and family book to PRASAC MFI Ltd., Head Office, Phnom Penh at Building 212, Street 271, Toultompong 2, Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 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 conducting an interview.
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