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Business Risk and Control Manager
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If you’re looking for a career that will unlock new opportunities, join HSBC and experience the possibilities. Whether you want a career that could take you to the top, or simply take you in an exciting new direction, HSBC offers opportunities, support and rewards that will take you further.
HSBC Bermuda is seeking an ambitious individual to join us as a Business Risk and Control Manager (BRCM), to facilitate the development and maintenance of an effective operational risk and control environment within the Wholesale Banking division. This includes providing expertise and coordination support, to business and support function teams, on all aspects of operational risks, including audits.
- Conduct risk and control self -assessments, and track the completion of actions arising out of the assessments
- Establish and monitor key indicators within the business; monitor the effectiveness of internal controls, define key controls, and conduct key control effectiveness testing and, where necessary, develop action plans to address control weaknesses
- Report, investigate, and conduct root cause analysis on any operational risk events / incidents within Wholesale Banking
- Report on operational risk issues to senior management on a monthly basis, or more frequently when required
- A Bachelor’s Degree or recognized certification in relevant disciplines, along with at least five years of audit and/or risk management experience
- Demonstrated expert knowledge of internal control standards and best practices in operational risk management
- Sound knowledge of financial services, banking practices and products along with associated anti-money laundering, anti-bribery & corruption and sanctions regulations
- Strong analytical, organizational and problem-solving skills, with a sound ability to organize and prioritize workload to meet scheduled deadlines