Senior Manager, Performance Management, CIB
This is a visible role within the CIB Performance Management team, responsible for delivering a wide range of performance analysis of the Segment, progress against plans, highlighting risks and opportunities, and improving processes and effectiveness of the function.
This role will require strong self starting and hands-on skills, innovation and willingness to work with limited direct supervision. There is an expectation that the selected individual will have the potential to raise the bar on performance by setting high quality standard in supporting demanding senior stakeholders.
There will be a significant amount of interaction with the business and various teams across the bank in a fast paced environment. Specifically this will be with a range of senior Finance management stakeholders, CIBMT, and stakeholders across the different Product and Segment teams, and finance teams across the network.
The successful candidate will develop a strong understanding of Segment's performance, key dynamics, drivers and trends impacting the business, as well as the chance to influence strategic decision making. The role suits an individual with strong analytical, problem solving & change management skills with experience of driving change within large multinational companies.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
* Owning the delivery of core performance management processes including the monthly P&L estimates, updates on performance to the CIB CFO, CIBMT, and key stakeholders in London.
* Building an insight and analytics capability to support key decision made.
* Partnering with business CFOs teams and teams in the regions, to drive insight into the performance.
* Coordinating the CIB budget, longer term strategic planning and forecasting processes with the Product, Regional and Segment teams.
* Monitor and evaluate the implementation of key strategic business plans (e.g. RWA, cost savings initiatives) for the Segment.
* Prepare and coordinate into presentations for Board, investor communications, and external presentations where CIB is mentioned.
* To act as a central Group Performance Management point of contact for Group, regional and country Finance teams, and the CIB business.
Qualifications and Skills
* Degree qualified with at least 10 years of relevant experience
* Relevant accounting qualification (such as CIMA / ACCA)
* Experience of dealing directly with senior management within a large multinational organisation
* Proven ability to drive change
* Strong team working and networking capability, success of role is reliant on ability to work with many different teams effectively
* Strong verbal and written communication skills, clear, concise and at appropriate levels of details to tailor to different audiences and purposes
* Ability to work in fast pace environment, multi task and respond in short timeframes
* High level of numeracy and detailed oriented
* Ability to work within a "matrixed" environment
* Ability to demonstrate the Bank's values in achieving objectives
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The closing date for applications is 09/09/2017. Please note all closing dates are given in Hong Kong time (GMT + 8 hours). We aim to respond to successful applicants within four weeks and will keep a record or your application in our database so that we can contact you when suitable vacancies arise in future.
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