• Competitive
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Citibank NA
  • 2018-10-16

Third Party Officer

Third Party Officer

  • Primary Location: Singapore,Singapore,Singapore
  • Education: Bachelor's Degree
  • Job Function: Technology
  • Schedule: Full-time
  • Shift: Day Job
  • Employee Status: Regular
  • Travel Time: No
  • Job ID: 18062751


  • The Third Party Management & Governamce Head TPMH is a dedicated role as part of Citi's Third Party Risk Management program
  • The TPMH will manage a team comprises of TPO, BAO
  • Supports and Analyst to support and focus on ensuring effective risk management practices are in place for those external third party relationships within GCT, especially those that carry the highest degree of risk for GCT
  • The TPMH requires in depth business product knowledge and expertise and will provide risk management for the third party relationships
  • The TPMH will work in concert with business operations and technology teams, as well as internal functions, to identify, manage and mitigate risk. The team will be work closely with Enterprise Supply Chain Third Party Utility, Legal, Compliance and etc to ensure overall all are in line with Citi's policies and drives the execution of standard third party risk management activities towards better operational efficiencies


  • Excellent communication skills in English, both oral and written, with the ability to articulate complex and sensitive issues to management
  • Experience in strategic sourcing/procurement and interacting with suppliers management teams with the ability to exercise sound, timely and independent judgment
  • Expect to increase the focus on third parties which carry risk for Citi's businesses
  • Ensure relationships are compliant with the Third Party Management Policy and Standards
  • Ensure services are provided by the third party in line with contract/SOW terms, and all issues with third party service performance and policy compliance are properly escalated and resolved
  • Identify, manage and mitigate risk