Provide credit risk assessment, with a strong focus on economic, political and regulatory analysis, for a portfolio of sovereign and sovereign-
owned obligors across Asia Pacific.
Demonstrate judgment on appropriateness of credit exposure, ratings and classification.
Conduct peer analysis; identify industry trends; assess appropriateness of credit facilities and exposure; and, prepare financial projections and sensitivity analysis as needed, with a view to providing a credit outlook for the account.
Complete timely & quality Credit Approval packages with minimal supervision. Credit Approval packages include annual, interim and initial reviews, classified credit reports, etc.
Effectively communicate and liaise with product / industry bankers and risk officers to proactively identify and escalate key risks and material changes to portfolio clients by monitoring industries, geographies and accounts.
Periodically review macroeconomic developments, company financial results and statements to monitor operating performance, liquidity position and financial condition of portfolio clients.
Initiate industry / portfolio reviews and stress-testing, as needed.
Coordinate with other departments and various levels of management regarding credit risk reporting issues, including investigating data issues, and resolving reporting errors.
Manage assigned / ad hoc projects in a timely manner, ensuring accuracy and that deliverables are met.
Train / coach analysts and associates (and review work as necessary) to ensure quality of output and consistency of standards and analysis;
and implement industry and organizational best practices.
CPA / CFA / Bachelor's degree in a finance-related course
At least 5-8 years of experience in credit research and analysis, preferably gained at financial institutions or public rating agencies
Strong verbal and written communication skills, with fluency in English (while not required, fluency in Mandarin is an added advantage)
Good knowledge of accounting, corporate finance, economics, financial modeling, credit analytics, risk assessment and valuation
Familiarity with credit and banking products
Proven ability to work independently and as part of a team
Demonstrated leadership traits
Computer literacy and strong familiarity with Microsoft Excel
The Manila ICG Risk Analysis Unit (aka Asia Pacific Analytics Center) was established in Manila in early 2007 as a regional credit research and analysis center supporting ICG Corporate Banking Corporate, Public Sector and Financial Institutions clients across Asia.
Responsibilities include credit analysis, credit approval, and active monitoring of the portfolio to identify credit migration.
ICG Risk Managers partner with the Banking, Capital Markets & Advisory (BCMA) bankers and product specialists to make informed decisions through an understanding of the credit, structure and profitability features of each relationship.
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