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VP/AVP, Financial Information Management (MAS610, Basel III, Mgmt Reporting), Group Finance in Singapore at UOB Group

Date Posted: 11/7/2018

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Functional area: Group Finance & Corporate Services
Employment type: Full-time
Job Type: Permanent

Job Description:
 
As part of Financial Information Management team within Group Finance, your key responsibilities include:
 
  • Understand the technology and operational needs of Financial and Regulatory reporting functions in the Bank.
 
  • Work with Finance users in gathering and analyze user requirement, identify opportunities for improvement and articulate business requirements into functional requirement for functional design document    
 
  • Be a liaison person with Technology team providing end to end solutions that ensure users’ needs are optimally met.
 
  • Manage project implementation including meeting project key milestones, timeline and proactively manage and resolve issues  
 
  • Arrange with users to conduct User Acceptance Test and arrange with vendor (where relevant) to prepare necessary test environms of high risk systems.
  • Cross-functional security experience in at least three of the areas listed above.
  • A bachelor’s degree in a technical field (bachelor’s or master’s degree).  Relevant industry certifications e.g. CREST, would be an advantage.
  • Thorough understanding of concepts and principles related to security, social engineering, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, advanced persistent threats, and intelligence analysis.
  • Ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders interests within the enterprise.
  • Ability to collaborate and share knowledge within a fast-moving environment.
  • Proven track record in a team leading role
 
RELEVANT SKILLS:
  • Systems thinking and analysis
  • Intelligence analysis
  • Risk Assessment
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
  • Social Engineering and exploitation techniques
  • Advance Persistent Thrective communication and interpersonal skills.