Our client is an international asset management house. They focus on providing clients with global investment solutions that meet the demands and challenges of sophisticated and complex investment and economic circumstances. With steady growth, they are now looking for a high calibre to join their team.
As part of the team in the identification and assessment of ALM related risks globally, along with the development of investment and risk management strategies to support the company’s business and financial objectives. Focus on supporting the development and implementation of both long term and tactical ALM strategies. Responsible for inforce ALM risk management and balance sheet optimization within the constraints of tax, capital, liquidity, accounting and reserving. Work with a group of actuarial, risk and investment professionals from the Investment division, business units, and various regional and corporate functions.
Work closely with the core ALM team in head office to develop and review ALCO and various risk and investment reports. Monitor asset mix/quality/duration against approved benchmarks and recommend remedial actions on violations. Support and lead initiatives as necessary to deliver higher risk-adjusted returns for Asia Business Units. Manage projects in the implementation of investment strategies and tactical decisions for Asia Business Units. Support development and implementation of interest rate risk management programs for Asia Division. Provide guidance to key stakeholders on ALM and market risk related issues.
To qualify, you will be a degree holder with a minimum of 5 years working experience in a financial risk management or in an investment environment. ASA with investment experience, or Masters in a quantitative discipline, or CFA/PRM/FRM, or other relevant risk management designation. Sound knowledge of fixed income and alternative investments, derivatives, ALM, and asset and liability modelling. Team player and independent.
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 eFC3100.
(Applicants not contacted within 4 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.)