Chief Credit Risk Manager (Division Head level)

5-8 years
10 days ago
Job Description

Main responsibilities:

  • Implement group's regional transformation, co-ordinate and supervise Southeast Asian entities to execute group's credit strategies and to lead and inspire a regional credit strategy, in supporting the group to pursue a risk-balanced, healthy and sustainable risk management objective. Regularly report to the General Manager, Credit Risk
  • Be a centralized focal point to coordinate with all overseas entities and other CRM teams to resolve issues related to Credit Risk Management
  • Lead and inspire a sustainability strategy and implementation to Southeast Asia entities
  • Oversee the Southeast Asian institutions credit portfolio performance, ensure adherence with major group policies and expectations
  • Lead credit transactions due diligence in adherence to group and regional strategies
  • Supervise Southeast Asian institutions to fulfill regulatory and governance requirements on both local, regional and group level
  • Oversee regional limit and monitoring mechanism, monitor regional credit quality, limit control and policy exceptions, and lead portfolio reviews when appropriate
  • Continuous improvement on areas of need
  • Perform periodic / ad-hoc on-site visit and training
  • Perform periodic / ad-hoc reporting on regional credit risk related issues


  • Bachelors or above in business administration, finance, accounting or related discipline
  • ACCA, CFA, ACIB, GARP-FRM, PRMIA-PRM, CCRP(CPM) and other relevant professional qualification is preferred
  • Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience in financial services, with at least 5 years of management experience
  • Familiar with banking practices of credit risk management and regulatory requirements with good understanding in credit risk management in Southeast Asia region
  • Proficiency in both English and Chinese with good communication and presentation skills, being able to adapt to diversified cultures of Southeast Asia region




limit control
management experience
governance requirements
policy exceptions
credit portfolio performance
credit transactions due diligence
portfolio reviews

The Bank of China is a Chinese majority state-owned commercial bank headquartered in Beijing and the fourth largest bank in the world. The Bank of China was founded in 1912 by the Republican government as China's central bank, replacing the Qing Dynasty's Ta-Ching Government Bank.