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Our client is an asset management with focus on REIT. To cope with their business expansion, they are seeking a professional to join them.
Review systems and operations to assess the extent to which organizational objectives are achieved, and the adequacy of controls over activities leading to such achievement. Evaluate the relevance, reliability and integrity of management and financial information. Appraise utilization of resources with regard to economy, efficiency and effectiveness. Ascertain the adequacy of controls for safeguarding company's assets. Evaluate sufficiency of adherence to plans, policies, and procedures and compliance with regulatory laws and regulations. Advise on appropriate systems of controls and other accounting and operational matters in a consulting capacity. Develop an annual Audit Plan using appropriate audit methodology (such as risk-based and continuous auditing approaches), including any risks or control concerns identified. Assist and coordinate the activities with the company's external auditors in order to eliminate duplication of effort and ensure proper coverage. Assist in investment related tasks.
To qualify for the position, you should possess a University degree plus a recognized accounting and/or auditing designation with around 5 years relevant experience. Excellent knowledge of audit methodologies and regulatory requirements. Good working knowledge of asset management. Independent. Sound communications skills.
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (852) 2838 3323 quoting reference eFC2924.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)