Friday, 15 February 2019

Senior Credit Manager Job at Standard Chartered Bank


Position: Senior Credit Manager - Corporate Banking - (1900002964)
Job: Risk
Primary Location: Africa & Middle East-Tanzania-Dar es Salaam
Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Permanent
Posting Date: 06/Feb/2019
Unposting Date: 21/Feb/2019

About Standard Chartered
We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It's about showing how you embody our valued behaviours - do the right thing, better together and never settle - as well as our brand promise, Here for good.
We're committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture - one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.

PURPOSE:
•Participate and support SCO in optimisation of usage of available capital resources and the creation of a desired portfolio risk profile through the application, in conjunction with the business, of Portfolio Standards and Risk Appetite principles.
•Approve BCAs under personal delegated credit authority.
•Effective management and monitoring of underwriting and control disciplines to ensure good turnaround times, a well managed portfolio and the enforcement of credit risk policies.
•Management of all stakeholders including developing relationships with business partners and balancing the role with stakeholder expectations.
•Ensure to maintain a strong credit culture and the highest standards and apply all the credit policies
•Ensuring quick transparent escalation of important issues and providing critical and timely inputs to key risk forums.
•To ensure that quality of credit portfolio is maintained within acceptable parameters as defined by the group and local business strategy.
•Monitor and report excesses, breach of limit terms, early alert indicators and ensure that all such accounts are managed as per laid down procedures.
•Undertake regular customer visits to keep abreast of local market developments.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Portfolio Management
•Assist with the formulation of annual Risk Appetite and Portfolio Standards in Tanzania through joint sponsorship with the business.
•Influence and monitor through use of Risk MI the shape and composition of the portfolio against approved Standards, and escalate breaches with recommendations for remedial action.
•To proactively manage the portfolio and improve the quality of the book by growing in acceptable sectors/client segments with top quartile names, acceptable credit grade and risk/reward profile in line with business strategy.
•To continuously monitor the portfolio through Leading Indicators, 80/20 and other Tail Management initiatives so as to manage down slackening sectors/ individual names.
•To analyse the portfolio on an ongoing basis to identify exposure/ industry concentration and undertake remedial measures to rebalance the same by preparing the monthly Portfolio Standard Tracker and reporting the breaches.
•To monitor and identify signs of deterioration on individual names with a view to commence early remedial management of these accounts and thereby minimise loan losses thus directly contributing to bottom line.

Governance
•Prepare monthly reports such as Portfolio Standard Tracker.
•Regularly review audit and CRR reports / KCIs & CSTs and identify key trends.
•Prepare all the inputs required from Credit Risk to assist the CCRO office.
•Prepare To stress test the respective country portfolios as appropriate to manage downside risks.
•Produce data and analysis/commentary for the Risk Information Report (“RIR”).
•Maintain vigilance over data quality and drive ongoing improvement.
•Support CRC by Monitoring and reviewing the daily excess reports / CMS report (for documentation deficiencies) / monthly RB reports
•Ensure timely submission of various Credit Risk reports to Finance and Compliance for Regulatory Reporting to the respective Central Banks.
•Ensure timely submission of data to region on EAR updates ,Local and Group Credit Policy Breaches

Credit Process Management
•Ensuring that the quality of Credit Applications meets Group standards, particularly with regard to the completeness and depth of risk analysis.
•Approving of Credit Applications falling within own discretion and support of applications, which require approval outside the territory.
•Attending the local Credit Issues Committees for respective countries to review credit related issues.
•To instil a strong credit culture and provide leadership to RM’s.
•Assisting relationship managers in identification and managing up or out of accounts exhibiting signs of deterioration and assisting Special Assets Management, where appropriate, in managing substandard accounts to maximise recoveries and minimise losses.
•Discuss with business and approve daily transaction
•Support credit request (Transactions / BCAs / Waivers) to SCO / CCO

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: 
5+ years experience in banking. Functional experience in Corporate Banking Credit Risk Management.
MBA /CA/CFA with experience in treasury/relationship management/consultancy and risk management;
Good communication skills – written and oral;
Good knowledge and grasp of banking practice, financial markets, Basel II and ICAAP, risk appetite, and portfolio management techniques;
Hands on knowledge of the regulatory frameworks within the region;
Strong analytical skills and ability to influence and resolve disputes. Enjoy decision making and have sense of ownership;
Multi cultural awareness and sensitivity;
Command respect of cross functional peers and business heads working in open ended situations;
Good working relations with Regulators.
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