Senior Risk Programme Manager, Credit Risk Transformation Lead (contract) - Global Risk
February 13, 2021
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Global Risk is a thriving and expert risk management function supporting HSBC globally with all aspects of risk management. The team actively manages a varied and dynamic range of risk types, including security, fraud, information security, contingency, geopolitical, operational, credit, pension, insurance, market and reputation risks. All parts of the Global Risk team use their skills, insight and integrity to handle established threats and those they see emerging, acting to protect and enable HSBC to deliver sustainable growth.
We are currently seeking a high calibre professional to join our team as a Senior Risk Programme Manager, Credit Risk Transformation Lead (contract).
Project Manager to implement and drive some of the projects in the Streamlining Credit for the Customer (SCC) workstream within the region
Role responsible for regional rollout of new automated credit approvals process across 20 APAC sites
Works closely with the Regional Risk 2025 Programme Manager and SCC workstream lead to ensure that regional SCC scope of work is appropriately defined and delivered against. Ensure appropriate alignment of roles/responsibilities and efforts across Group, Region and Sites within the region. Identify gaps in delivery plans and escalate for appropriate inclusion in programme scope
Act as the day-to-day lead for SCC workstream under R2025, supporting the Regional Team/Lead for the workstream, other appropriate stakeholders and the regional senior management team
Promote Risk priorities and deliverables in alignment with overall R2025 programme objectives
Drive appropriate engagement across Risk for the programme and promote collaboration with other Functions and Global Businesses
Ensure Risk impacts from the SCC workstream are identified and managed appropriately
Manage regional risks and issues, escalating regionally and globally as appropriate
Ensure appropriate communication relating to programme implementation across Risk
Drive the implementation of one of the most complex and high profile projects for the Risk by managing stakeholders within Asia and ensuring a smooth delivery of the project into Asia Risk
Proven experience of leading change programmes in a Risk or Finance context
Experience in Retail Credit Risk, Wholesale Credit Risk and/or Automated Credit Decisioning methodology will be an advantage
Experience in leveraging credit bureau data for decisioning will be advantageous
Proven leadership skills and the ability to influence change in a cross-functional environment
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Evidence of operating confidently at Executive level
Proven experience of discussing complex analytical subjects with non-technical internal and external counterparts
Strong leadership, be able to communicate and influence a wide range of stakeholders, with capacity to interpret complex business/ risk requirements, translate the technical details into business context, and vice versa
Excellent understanding of the project lifecycle, best practice techniques on project delivery and most importantly, adhering to the Business Transformation Framework (BTF)
Understanding of how the Risk function operates and the ability to speak confidently on behalf of Risk
Understanding of how risk models impact the financial position of HSBC and the controls, governance and oversight required to achieve this
Advanced understanding of reporting requirements, data lineage, architecture within the bank will be advantageous
Knowledge of the external environment – regulatory, competition, economics, etc advantageous
Excellent people management, planning and organization skills
A highly motivated and pro-active self-starter
Ability to work with a diverse and geographically dispersed project teams
Holder of Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) / Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) / Projects in Controlled Environments (Prince 2) / Six Sigma qualification has an advantage
To be considered for this role, the relevant rights to work in Hong Kong is required.
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