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Our client is an international asset management firm, they are now seeking for a high calibre candidate to join them.
Responsible for executing the APAC audit plan. Establishing and maintaining business relationships. Designing audit programs to provide assurance over the operations compliance with the local rules and regulations. Coordinate with auditees to determine the appropriate scope and timing of assigned projects. Design and execute assigned projects, including risk assessment, root cause analysis, and recommendation of practical corrective actions. Document the work performed in logical and comprehensive workpapers to adequately support the conclusions reached. Influence business unit management to accept findings and recommendations. Draft and report on audit results and oversee the implementation of corrective actions. Monitor the implementation status of corrective actions and test their validity before closing the actions. Actively communicate the audit approach and progress to management, auditees, and stakeholders to ensure an open and transparent communication model. Establish business relationships and arrange periodic meetings to stay informed of business developments, regulatory changes and impacts, and understand the issues and challenges in order to help design an audit plan that is aligned to business developments and associated risk profiles. Proactively communicate regional insight to reporting manager and share updates. Facilitate information sharing across business units and with related functions to reinforce consistency of global operations and raise awareness of necessary regional differences. Represent on various committee meetings, as well as cross function working groups, and actively feedback on the information learnt to reporting manager. Prepare periodic updates for the meetings and continue improving the reporting format to ensure status updates are aligned to regulatory requirements and business asks.
To qualify for the position, you should be a Degree holder with a minimum of 7 years of relevant experience, ideally with asset management experience. Ability to plan, execute, and coordinate projects. Experience in risk assessment, root cause analysis, recommend practical solutions, and influence changes. Strong knowledge of regulatory environment affecting the asset management industry. Strong English and either Chinese communication skills, including verbal and written communication. Fully qualified accountant or internal auditor (e.g. ACA, ACCA, CIA, CISA).
Interested applicants should send a detailed resume to Michelle Ho by email to email@example.com quoting reference eFC3218.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)