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  • Posted: May 21, 2021
    Deadline: Not specified
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  • Absa Bank Limited (Absa) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Barclays Africa Group Limited. Absa offers personal and business banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking, wealth and investment management as well as bancassurance. Barclays Africa Group Limited is 62.3% owned by Barclays Bank PLC and is listed on the JSE Limited. The Group is one of A...
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    Specialist Capital Management

    Treasury Capital Management provides technical capabilities and analytical on all matters relating to the capital management portfolio.
    The role is responsible for aggregating and reporting of the subsidiary capital positions which support the strategic Treasury objectives of the Bank.
    This means ensuring all entity’s meet their regulatory and internal capital requirements, whilst ensuring sufficient levels of capital to support the entities during various economic conditions

    Job Description
    Accountability: Consolidation and Reporting of Subsidiary Capital Plans 40%

    • Oversee the consolidation and aggregation of all entity’s capital plans for monthly actual reporting and forecasting cycles.
    • Preparation of and dissemination of the necessary management reports within Treasury and other applicable committee reporting.
    • Providing the necessary management information outlining key information relating to the capital position of the subsidiary and the overall outlook.
    • Monitoring of capital utilisation and ensuring this remains within approved targets.
    • Become proficient in the data analysis tools used by Absa as required (e.g. Excel, other MI tools, and PowerPoint).

    Accountability: Consolidation and Reporting of Regulatory capital submissions 40%

    • Working closely with the Group Regulatory Reporting team, ensuring the accurate finalisation of the regulatory capital submission, and then publication of management information reports for the respective subsidiaries.
    • Key focus on managing the necessary process during workday 13 and workday 20 of each month.
    • Facilitate the reconciliation of input data with the necessary subsidiary teams.
    • Ensure relevant teams provide sign-off prior to submission of the regulatory returns for the capital management section.
    • Managing the accountability and reporting process relating to the BA610 regulatory reports for the capital management section.
    • Ability to gather data and document assumptions, performance of reconciliation calculations, production of specific sections of the reports during inter-quarter reporting months.

    Accountability: Business context 20%

    • Develop a strong relationship with subsidiary execution teams.
    • Start developing an internal network within Absa at different business units and within Group Treasury.
    • Develop an understanding of the capital management policies and regulations used.
    • Support to the broader Treasury and Group teams on matters related to capital
    • Assist with production of presentations on topics related to capital management for various audiences as required.

    Education And Experience Required

    • B-degree (Accounting/Quantitative Finance)
    • Prior banking experience required (preferable exposure to a Treasury environment)
    • The role requires the suited candidate to be skilled in reporting and analysis of data

    Knowledge & Skills:

    • Innovative thinker/problem solver
    • Broad understanding of banking
    • Basel III knowledge (preferable)
    • Works well under pressure
    • Basic understanding of financial markets
    • Good skills in Excel and PowerPoint

    Competencies:

    • Attention to detail
    • Affinity for working with numbers and data
    • Clear communication skills
    • Relating and networking

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    Sales Agent

    Short term insurance industry knowledge non- negotiable. RE5,150 FAIS credits in short term qaulification, 3years sales in short term insurance company.
    Deliver day-to-day knowledge work, in order to execute predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs).

    Job Description

    Short term insurance industry knowledge non- negotiable. RE5,150 FAIS credits in short term qualification, 3years sales in short term insurance company.
    Accountability: Managing daily sales targets
    Outputs to deliver this accountability:

    • Agree and sign sales targets with the Team Leader and come up with innovative sales methods to utilise to achieve these targets.
    • Receive calls from clients requesting quotes and make calls to clients offering Short Term Insurance, based on the information received from various marketing campaigns and database provided by the Marketing department.
    • Offer clients information regarding processes, procedures and compliance (on voice logging where applicable) according to the FAIS Act
    • Liaise with the client to obtain information from them regarding for example, personal details such as their name and address, the article to be insured and previous insurance history.
    • Accurately capture the information that the client provides on the Websure/Siebel system and generate a quote based on the information provided
    • Send the telephonically agreed quote to the client, via Email, and explain the quote by outlining for example the cost of the premiums, the excesses and the benefits of the product.
    • If the client accepts the offer, proceed to the finalisation stage of the application process by liaising with the client to obtain the information (e.g. banking details debit order dates, non-payment disclosure etc.) necessary to complete the application on the system on the clients behalf
    • Adhere to all processes, procedures and compliance policies at all times throughout the process.

    Accountability: Client Experience
    Outputs to deliver this accountability;

    • Delight client with excellent service and assist them in an efficient manner by sending all the relevant documentation and by attending to any queries or related issues they may have within the agreed timeframe/Service Level Agreement (SLA)
    • Meet all timeframes agreed and act in a professional manner to gain the trust and buy-in from clients in order get referral business.
    • Retain client loyalty by offering products that are good value for money and that will meet the client’s needs.
    • Where possible resolve all client queries at first point of contact, however if unable to assist refer clients to the correct channels (e.g. Team Leader: Sales or Manager: Product).
       

    Accountability: Risk and Compliance
    Outputs to deliver this accountability:
     

    • Ensure that minimum standards with regards to quality assessments are adhered to by, for example, obtaining the correct information from clients to generate the correct premium.
    • Offer all relevant and up to date information regarding the product offered to assist the client to make the most informed choice, such as explaining the types of cover that is offered and what the benefits and features are on the product. Offer clients factual information but do not advise (on suggested insured amount) the client on the decision that need to be made.
    • Ensure (by following the relevant underwriting questionnaire) that the underwriting guideline is strictly adhered to at all times when securing a sale.

    Accountability: Reporting
    Outputs to deliver this accountability:

    • Capture data of all inbound and outbound calls on the Z drive worksheet provided by the company.
    • Provide other relevant Management Information (MI) to the Manager: Sales as and when needed

    Requirements

    • Basic & commission
    • RE1 certificate
    • 150 FAIS Credits not negotiable
    • 2 years Customer service & Sales
    • Short Term Insurance essential

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    Operations Consultant

    To deliver operations administrative support services through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs).

    Job Description

    Operations support: Provide operations support against standard operating procedures | Ad Hoc duties: Provide support to customers and team as required to ensure team performance on an ongoing basis | Compliance and Risk Management: Fulfil all activities in adherence to relevant control and compliance requirements, and quality standards 

    Education
    Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC): Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Credit Analyst- Property Finance

    To Support the credit risk process through carrying out comprehensive and quality credit risk functions within the credit lifecycle to create shared growth within the boundaries of internal policies and external regulations

    Job Description

    • Risk Management: To conduct quality credit risk assessments and reviews, Proactively manage credit risks associated with clients, Develop data driven strategies, facilitate the credit sanctioning process to ensure responsible risk decisions
    • Data and Systems Management: To produce and analyse relevant management information and insights management
    • Governance: Ensure the bank's credit, philosophy and all relevant legislation is adhered to
    • Customer Management: Investigate and resolve all escalated customer complaints .

    Education

    • Bachelor`s Degrees and Advanced Diplomas: Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Risk, Governance and Control Analyst

    To provide specialist advice and support in area of specialisation enabling the effective implementation of risk frameworks.

    Job Description
    Job Purpose:

    • Be responsible for operating the Group frameworks, policies and standards to effectively manage Legal Risk across the functions and business units.
    • Perform / prepare Control Evaluations, Key Risk Metrics, internal and external Incident Reporting, and the necessary supporting Management Information. In addition, support the broader risk and control agenda across the Legal function, raising risk awareness and proactively helping to identify, assess and manage emerging risks.
    • Perform control initiative and assurance for Legal Risks, ensuring excellent stakeholder engagement and agreement with all elements of project management covered.
    • Support the Specialist Risk Type Owner in enhancing the function’s risk management infrastructure that supports Legal and in implementing consistent processes and methodologies for the identification, analysis, measurement, monitoring and management of risk within Legal.

    A cc o u n t a b i l i t y : Framework, Policy and Standard

    • Adhere to Group frameworks, policies and standards.
    • Monitor and report against the cascaded risk appetite limits

    Accountability: Governance

    • Report on the Operational Risk profile.
    • Participate in the Legal risk committees and in working groups.

    Accountability: Controls

    • Design and implemented controls in line with Operational Risk and risk type group policies and standards.

    Accountability: Assurance

    • Perform risk-based control testing.
    • Execute against the Legal combined assurance plan.

    Accountability: Reporting and escalation

    • Ensure that RDARR requirements are maintained that Data Quality, Data Taxonomy etc are maintained in accordance with the Group Standards.
    • Produce Management Information in line with RDARR requirements
    • Report and escalate risks and incidents per group standard

    Accountability: Relationship building

    • Manage relationships with a variety of control functions throughout the organization to ensure that the operating environment is optimized and compliant.

    E d u c a t i o n an d E x p e r i e n c e R e q u i r e d

    • A relevant Business degree, BComm, BSc or equivalent
    • Postgraduate qualifications would be advantageous
    • Audit experience would be advantageous
    • At least 3 to 5 years financial services working experience.
    • Experience in a risk function essential.

    e ll :
     

    • I n dep t h k now l edge of Operational Risk
    • St r ong audit k now l edge
    • Excellent analytical skill and ability to solve complex problems
    • E xc e ll ent Ne t wo rk i ng/ Re l a t i on s h i p B u il d i ng S k ill s
    • E xc e ll ent P r e s en t a t i on S k ill s
    • G ood Repo r t w r i t i ng S k ill s

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    • De c i d i ng and i n i t i a t i ng a c t i on
    • Lea r n i ng and r e s ea rc h i ng
    • E n t r ep r eneu r i al and c o mm e rc i al t h i n k i ng
    • Re l a t i ng and ne t wo rk i ng
    • Re s pond i ng t o c hange
    • P e rs uad i ng and i n f l uen c er

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    Senior Regional People Partner

    The people partner works directly with business leaders within Absa Regional Operations (ARO) and other people stakeholders, and provides strategic insights and advisory on all people matters, to drive achievement of business strategy and objectives. The people partner takes ownership of implementing core Absa people practices and target experiences; and developing and implementing bespoke business people-related solutions.

    Job Description
    Accountabilities:
    ARO Programmes

    • Direct key programs across the ARO Estate (including 10 businesses outside of SA)
    • Design and influence key People Function products emanating from the COE’s to ARO specific requirements
    • Enhance the delivery and people insights architecture of the People Function for ARO
    • Identify key transition points of the People and Culture practices within the various countries in conjunction with the HRD’s to support the organization transformation
    • Support the implementation and change management of ARO center business initiatives i.e. STAR
    • Advisory and effective transformation of people management practices for the ARO Centre

    As People partner support for the ARO Centre, the incumbent will be accountable for:

    Strategy Development and Partnering

    • lead the implementation of a comprehensive people strategy for business that drives achievement of the business strategy
    • position the people function as a strategic people partner, and create strategies and measures to facilitate the people function’s contribution to achievement of key business performance areas including financial, customer, employee engagement, and transformation
    • Champion the embedding of Absa’s values and desired culture in the business
    • Champion the achievement of the overall Absa group limited transformation objectives, including employment equity, diversity and inclusion

    People Function Value Chain Ownership

    • provide end to end advisory, coaching, strategy development and implementation across the people function value chain including talent acquisition; onboarding; learning and development; employee engagement, wellness and wellbeing; performance management; retention and exit
    • Provide end to end advisory, coaching, strategy development and implementation across core Absa people processes including organizational design; strategic work and workforce planning; succession management; people change management; compensation, rewards and benefits and employee relations in line with the Absa group limited policies, standards and target experiences
    • Design and implement robust people MI Reporting, data analysis and insights generation to facilitate data-driven people planning and decision making
    • Use data analytics to diagnose business issues, generate insights and recommend effective solutions

    Capability building

    • Build leadership team and line manager capability in owning and executing the target Absa people experience as a personal and business priority
    • Keep abreast of relevant people trends and best practices, and translate these into valuable insights and high impact actions for the business and broader people community across Absa
    • Accountability: risk management and governance
    • Identify and take accountability for all relevant people risks in terms of the AGL operating model and risk management framework and ensure that adequate controls and monitoring mechanisms are in place
    • Promote and role model a culture of proactive compliance and risk management within executive and management teams, and the function as a whole

    Education And Experience Required

    • Appropriate Bachelor’s degree (NQF level 7)

    Minimum requirements:

    • At least 5 years recent experience as a people partner in a medium to large business and/or working as a Senior Human Capital Consultant in a top consultancy
    • Demonstrated knowledge and use of emerging people management best practices and technologies
    • Successful track record of developing effective people management solutions that have facilitated achievement of business strategy and objectives

    Advantage:

    • Pan-African people management experience
    • Financial industry experience
    • Significant people partner experience in a successful business transformation

    Knowledge and skills:

    • Expert understanding of the entire employee value chain and core people processes
    • Ability to build, develop & lead professional level teams
    • Working knowledge of HR systems (Workday)

    Competencies:

    • Strategic capability
    • Business acumen
    • Customer focus
    • Results orientation
    • Innovation leadership
    • Problem solving leadership
    • Inspirational people leadership
    • Collaboration and influencing

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    Wealth Investment Manager

    Formulate tactical strategy and associated delivery plans related to single practice areas. Ensure proactive integration and operational tactical enhancement.

    Job Description

    • Portfolio Management: Ensure appropriate management of respective portfolios that includes but not limited to client visits and engagement, portfolio performance management, reporting and executing of client requirements
    •  Business Development: Agree financial targets/new business targets and set out tactical plans to achieve this on an annual basis
    •  Risk Management: Ensure that portfolio meets the required risk management standards
    • People Management: Coach, mentor and manage team members toward driving business objectives and ensuring colleague development (where applicable) 

    Education

    • Bachelor`s Degrees and Advanced Diplomas: Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Chief Risk Officer RBB

    This role is accountable to the AGL Group Chief Risk Officer (Group CRO), is member of the RBB Executive Committee and the Group Risk Executive Committee, and is expected to opine on and monitor risk taking activities and report adherence to limits to the relevant risk management structures.

    The RBB business consists of Retail, Business and Commercial customers and also includes the Insurance product given the bankassurance model. The incumbent has full accountability for the effective independent oversight of RBB enterprise-wide risk in accordance with the second line of defence requirements set out in the Enterprise Risk Management Framework. The RBB CRO’s primary responsibility through the implementation of the risk framework is to drive an end-to-end risk culture that leverages appropriate tools and governance structures for the measurement, reporting and control of financial and non-financial risks. The RBB CRO, with input from the RBB CEO and management manages the risk appetite framework in relation to the Board’s stated risk tolerance

    Key Accountabilities

    Job Description

    Accountability: Risk Appetite and Strategy
     

    • In conjunction with business leadership, define and support the RBB risk appetite aspiration through the annual integrated planning process.
    • Actively challenge and contribute to business growth with an enablement mind-set under the agreed risk appetite construct.
    • Monitor risk appetite consumption and the drivers of the underlying portfolio risk profile to inform appropriate risk management actions.
    • Check and challenge collections strategies, capacity requirements and delivery to ensure an appropriate response to current market and economic dynamics.
    • Drive an appropriate risk/reward ethos that optimizes RWA consumption and ensures the effective use of economic capital.

    Accountability: Risk Culture and Governance

    • Create and manage a rigorous risk governance structure to ensure risk transparency and effective reporting and decision-making.
    • Uphold the importance of frameworks and policies and drive the embedment and assessment of their ongoing effectiveness.
    • Promote risk awareness and accountability throughout the business in accordance with the ERMF.
    • Identify and assign management actions to address deviations from a sound risk culture and control environment.
    • Design and implement an effective system of internal controls including a clear organisation structure, formal system of delegations of authority and accountability and a framework of supervision from the RBB CRO throughout the RBB Risk Function.
    • Accurate and timely representation of the RBB risk profile at various Group governance forums by driving a fit-for-purpose risk reporting standard oriented to the needs of a specific audience.

    Accountability: People and Culture

    • Build a clearly articulated people management and culture framework consistent with the Absa values.
    • Together with the RBB Risk People Partner/s, determine and agree on the people management strategy with a focus on leadership, talent management, development, resourcing, retention and succession planning.
    • Drive the RBB Risk organizational transformation and diversity agenda with a focus on employment equity targets.
    • Ongoing risk function rightsizing, skills adequacy and leadership coaching.
    • Defining people and function scorecard objectives and measures that aligns to the RBB Business and Group Risk balanced scorecards.
    • Lead, manage and develop the RBB Risk Function resources in the most effective and efficient manner to execute the function’s plan.
    • Manage the RBB Risk Function within an agreed operational budget that supports the delivery of the appropriate risk capability in support of the business strategy.

    Accountability: Frameworks, Controls and Processes

    • All Principal and Key Risks, as defined in the Enterprise Risk Management Framework, to be proactively identified, assessed, controlled, reported, managed and challenged on a normal and stressed scenario basis.
    • Champion an appropriate operational risk management and control culture across RBB.
    • The design or operation of processes and controls are to be performed by or in conjunction with BU Managing Executives or other stakeholders, with the RBB CRO to retain accountability for the effectiveness, oversight and outcomes thereof.
    • Ensure a continuing business drive to maintain a satisfactory management control approach and control environment that addresses all risk types and processes.
    • Ensure that the operational framework is understood and embedded across all its facets in the entire RBB business, business front office through to infrastructure, operations, control functions and assurance providers, and across the entire value chain of products, services and channels.
    • Establish an appropriate strategy around emerging risk themes and mitigation approaches, including specific plans and capabilities around fraud and cyber risk.
    • Design, implement and maintain a system of RBB enterprise-wide controls that achieves expeditious, concise and reliable combined assurance assessments.
    • Contribute to the development of the Enterprise Risk Management Framework and ensure embedment of the principal risk types and the effective ongoing management of all risks.

    Accountability: Stakeholder Engagement

    • Contribute as a key RBB Exco member to the overall RBB agenda and its stakeholders, and pursuant thereto ensure that the risk agenda is appropriately governed, managed and reported to all requisite stakeholders.
    • Effective participation in key risk management committees covering RBB, Group and Board Risk Committees.
    • Provide leadership in regulatory engagements and regulatory bodies and represent RBB in key industry associations and forums.
    • Interact proactively with the Group Chief Risk Officer to ensure that he/she is kept abreast on RBB financial and non-financial risks, key initiatives and emerging issues.
    • Ensure proactive/responsive engagement with the Prudential Authority.
    • Engage with the Principal Risk Officers (PRO’s) to ensure appropriate policies, frameworks and standards are developed in support of the ERMF and engage in the assurance activities of the PRO’s.

    Accountability: Risk Business Management

    • Effective and consistent implementation and management of the BCBS239 Principles for Effective Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting.
    • Ensure measures are in place to adhere to the data policies and the effective implementation and ongoing management of RDARR requirements regarding the quality of data.
    • Ensure data, MIS, and reporting of risk metrics are of the highest quality and take steps to remediate data inaccuracies and improve data standards.
    • Ownership and accountability for the annual planning and review of MTP, STP, and RAF risk cost budgets.
    • Manage the effective and efficient operation of the function in a manner consistent with the overall Risk Operating Model in compliance with the ERMF and as agreed with the Group CRO and Group Exco.
    • Consistently review the effectiveness of risk systems in place and contract for improvement or replacement where required.

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    Senior Credit Manager

    The main purpose of the role is to deliver credit assessment, credit portfolio management and lending decisions within mandate / personal discretion for High Value and complex Relationship Banking clients as well as stakeholder engagement with key credit and business solution deliverables.

    Key Responsibilities:
    Credit Risk Assessment & Portfolio Management

    • Consider mostly high value and complex credit applications in order to determine lending appetite, financing solutions and structures (i.e. capital, long-term, working capital) to adequately meet the financing needs of Absa Business Banking clients in mostly the Key and Premium CVP’s. Approve credit applications in accordance with approved lending criteria in line with Absa's lending policies and standards.
    • Mitigate financial and other credit risks for Absa and its clients by requesting security in line with the credit policy.
    • Participate in the formulation and implementation of lending strategies, risk appetite and lending criteria by providing feedback and suggestions to the Sector Head based on market trends, actual client interaction / experience and industry research.
    • Manage critical success factors with Relationship Executives (RE's) and Credit Teams to ensure that appropriate credit risk decisions are taken by pro-actively communicating and interacting with RE's in order to solution client financing needs.
    • Monitor and manage a dedicated portfolio of clients against agreed Absa Business Banking strategies and portfolio credit requirements in order to improve the overall quality of the portfolio by referring to approved credit policy and target market criteria.
    • Ensure high standards of credit discipline are applied to portfolio monitoring and control activities, especially unauthorized excesses, unrated exposures and overdue reviews by referring to the relevant credit systems, i.e. Global Credit Information System (GCIS), Credit Management System (CMS) or Review Manager.
    • Maintain credit records as required per standard instructions in terms of GCIS and other recording systems by verifying for correctness and forwarding GCIS templates for uploading to the GCIS capturing team.
    • Maintain awareness of Basel, South African Reserve Bank (SARB) and other regulatory requirements by attending workshops and referring to relevant training material and circulars.
    • Ensure that up-skilling is maintained in terms of industry-specific and lending principles in general by attending workshops, reading / studying of industry related publications and participating in training.

    Business Management

    • Maintain a network of internal stakeholders and industry professionals to maximize financial benefit for the Bank and to stay abreast of best practices by attending industry workshops, seminars and conferences.
    • Management of credit and impairment risk to maintain an appropriate level of impairment and classification of Early Warning List (EWL) clients by referring relevant cases to the Business Support department and completing required strategy sheets, i.e. financial information, background, value of security.
    • Assist the Business Support department with the management of high value and complex high risk client exposures from a specialist industry perspective by means of client visits, completion of strategy sheets (including suggested solutions), attending monthly impairment meetings to provide specialist input.
    • Adherence to governance, compliance and lending portfolio controls and management information by referring to relevant policy guidelines and circulars.
    • Responsible for the sharing of specialist knowledge and experience, including provision of technical solutions, innovative ideas and best practices within own and across other credit teams, specifically also to junior credit managers and relationship executives with a primary aim to enhance external customer value.
    • Proactively adopt, execute and implement change initiatives agreed with Business Banking Credit management in support of overall BB Credit strategy and change initiatives.

    Customer Service

    • Maintain a professional image (appearance, industry knowledge, etc.) of BB Credit during all client interactions.
    • Maintain minimum agreed levels of interaction with relationship executives and clients in the Key and Premium CVP. Identify additional income generating opportunities when dealing with customers and add exceptional value to all customer relationships when interacting directly with customers.
    • Provide solutions to clients and RE’s by being pro-active, solution driven and client focused.

    Support

    • Promote the Business Banking Credit with relationship teams, junior credit sanctioners, external customers and industry specialists (i.e. academics, scientists, industry leaders) by delivering excellent service, quick turn-around and professional advice.
    • Support team members in terms of stand-in portfolio management during client visits, leave and other "out-of-office" requirements by team members.
    • Maintain and support a positive working environment in the larger Business Banking Credit Team by supporting team members, proposing pro-active solutions to problems, etc.
    • Provide innovate solutions to enhance working / output and relevance of Business Banking Credit by making suggestions to improve the output and value-add of the credit team.

    Competencies

    • Business Acumen
    • Inspirational People Leadership
    • Customer Orientation
    • Results Orientation
    • Collaboration and Influencing
    • Innovation Leadership
    • Change Leadership
    • Pan African Citizen

    Minimum Requirements

    • B-degree in Accounting or Finance (NQF 7), preferably Honours (NQF 8)
    • 5 years’ credit management experience.
    • 5 years or more lending experience with a personal mandate higher than R100 million or credit analyst experience in the Large / Corporate Business banking environment.
    • Minimum of 10 years commercial or corporate banking experience
    • Advantageous with exposure to Trade Finance and CIB complex structures
    • Preference will be given to South African Citizens and Permanent residents of South Africa in possession of proof of permanent resident status

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    Junior Real Estate Banker - Affordable Housing

    An opportunity exists in the Affordable Housing team in CPF. Appointed candidate will support the senior Banker in structuring financial solutions for Affordable Housing transactions. This role is suited to a candidate with a finance degree and with a minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a Banking environment in a Lending/Property Finance or Credit or Finance role. Strong stakeholder management skills as well as sound financial modelling skills are essential.

    Education

    • Bachelor`s Degrees and Advanced Diplomas: Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Senior Credit Manager Sectors Team

    Full responsibility and credit management of a portfolio of clients in the Sectors space

    Job Description

    • Risk Management: Providing Subject Matter Expertise to Risk types
    • Stakeholder Management: Build and Maintain effective Relationships with relevant stakeholders
    • Risk Reporting: Identify, assess and Report key risks arising from significant events, investigations, audit and control issues
    • People Management: Develop a high performing Team | Risk and Control: Adherence to Policies, Procedures and Regulations .

    Education

    • Bachelor`s Degrees and Advanced Diplomas: Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Business Services Administrator

    To provide specialist advise & support in the collection & analysis of investment information that enables decision making & provide a sound basis for recommendation formulation, through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed SOPs.

    Job Description

    • Business Support: Assist team members with preparation, proposals and execution of opportunities in the respective product area. Conduct analysis on the specific product area to provide insight to team members
    • Compliance and Risk Management: Fulfil all activities in adherence to relevant control processes and quality standards
    • Administrative and operations support: Provide administrative and operations support and advice against standard operating procedures 

    Education

    • Higher Diplomas: Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

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    Operations Consultant

    To deliver operations administrative support services through the execution of predefined objectives as per agreed standard operating procedures (SOPs).

    Job Description

    • Operations support: Provide operations support against standard operating procedures
    • Ad Hoc duties: Provide support to customers and team as required to ensure team performance on an ongoing basis
    • Compliance and Risk Management: Fulfil all activities in adherence to relevant control and compliance requirements, and quality standards 

    Education

    • Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC): Business, Commerce and Management Studies (Required)

    Method of Application

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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