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Business Strategy Manager (Branch Resources Planning)
Bank Of China (Hong Kong) Limited
June 9, 2020
Align with the bank's business and channel strategy and reference best market practice to formulate short-, medium- and long-term branch and self-service banking network strategy and optimization plans
Device effective branch network capacity planning strategy and mechanism to deliver the bank's business and customer segmentation strategy, and to enhance the productivity of branch staff
Formulate branch fintech and automation strategy
Drive the functional development of fintech application, branch automation as well as self-services machines
Lead the implementation of strategic project plans and the end-to-end project management, monitoring project progress and satisfactory project delivery
Facilitate the business expansion strategy in ASEAN Region through best practice sharing
Bachelor degree or above; preferably with major / minor in Business Administration / Marketing / Economics / Statistics / Financial Management, etc
At least 4-year relevant working experience in financial industry with a min. 2-year in a managerial / project management capacity; experience in personal banking management and administration would be an added asset
Solid system / project management skills (including, UR/UI Design, UAT)
Familiar with banking operation and process improvement
Familiar with local statutory and regulatory requirements; understanding of market best practice in risk management and control
Good command of English and Chinese in both spoken and written, including Putonghua