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An experienced Framework, Governance & Reporting Manager is needed to play a key central role overseeing, and executing key activities within the risk and control framework. This will involve providing co-ordination, advice, independent challenge and assessment in relation to all risk governance, reporting and data quality activities undertaken by the CCO Function or the Business/Risk Owners.
This will include, inter-alia, managing and delivering the following (or a subset thereof as agreed with management):
ORMF Policy& Assurance - To understand and interpret all ORMF requirements (and changes thereto) and to provide on-going assurance and reporting regarding global adherence with requirements, working closely with European CCO teams and 2LOD stakeholders;
FIM Policy - To understand the FIM Policy Framework and to manage and oversee the cascade and adoption of any changes thereto;
(MAIN FOCUS) Governance & Reporting - To oversee, support and deliver fit for purpose risk governance arrangements and related reporting (and other ad-hoc reporting as required);
Assurance & Monitoring - To assist the CCO function in the consistent design and delivery a suitable risk based assurance and monitoring programme (including substantive control testing (ICMP), KRI and Thematic Reviews (supporting the CCO Risk Analysis Team))
Risk & Control Assessment (RCA) - To assist the CCO function to ensure the RCA is dynamically maintained, based on all relevant risk triggers;
Supporting as required any related risk and control related activities including, but not restricted to, liaison with Internal/External Audit and Regulatory Authorities as well as key internal stakeholder.
Educated to undergraduate or post-graduate degree level in Accountancy, Finance or related field.
Governance and reporting experience
Strong leadership and management ability, including motivating employees in the wider organisation.
Deep understanding of HSBC structures, processes and objectives, especially in the risk environment.
Broad knowledge of the external environment (regulatory, political, competitors etc.).
Deep knowledge of HSBC and GBM: functionally, operationally and financially.
High level of drive and motivation to ensure delivery of a broad range of outputs simultaneously.
Proven ability to articulate complex issues concisely and in clear language.
Use judgement and experience to determine how to handle complex requests and varying timescales; make judgements quickly and consistently.
Relationship management and collaboration skills: ability to form effective relationships and achieve influence with peers across the organisation.
Interpersonal skills: proven ability to communicate effectively and confidently at all levels across the Group.
Practical experience of major business transformation activities.
Proven abilities in managing virtual teams and working across cultures in a global business context
Internal Number: 4835288
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