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HSBC Wealth Management leads the Asia-Pacific implementation of our global strategy to deliver world-class solutions to retail and private clients seeking to grow, protect, preserve or transfer their wealth.
This involves the development and management of needs-based solutions covering foreign exchange, deposit, investment, insurance and financing products, as well as the provision of suitable market insights and updates, financial planning and advisory services.
We are currently seeking a high calibre professional to join our team as a Senior Manager, Business Management, Product Proposition & Control.
Help to drive the strategy of the Customer Wealth team in support of WPB’s HK, ASP and Global priorities, including Asia Wealth and Global Private Bank synergies
Manage, monitor and analyse the performance of the business against its revenue, costs, profitability, assets and liabilities objectives.
Perform cost management, budgeting and reconciliation activities
Drive a range of projects setting out the scope, formulating and implementing feasible execution plan, providing briefing as needed and consolidating input received
Coordinate all aspects of departmental administration, management and reporting. Act as the lead contact for the local COO office across administration, risk and other areas
Assess and improve the operational effectiveness of the team, actively identifying opportunities for streamlining, automation and optimisation to help bring costs down and improve efficiencies
Lead a programme of continuous development for the broader team, including presentation of market trends, access to internal and external training opportunities, and ensuring compliance with CPT requirements
Take a leading role in driving collaboration across the teams and enhancing team culture by managing team events, cross-team exchanges, townhalls and improving workplace experience
Gate-keep department controls including information security, business contingency planning, etc.
Be ready to take a hands-on role across the relevant areas, engaging effectively across local and global business and function teams, with an ability collaborate with and inspire people with different styles and backgrounds
Have experience and knowledge in investments / insurance, with good product / proposition know-how and customer-centric mind-set / thinking
Have strong business acumen and demonstrated excellence in understanding and creating business financial information, models and in producing and delivering presentations
Be a strategic thinker and be able to translate concept into actionable plans to drive customer outcomes and business results, to balance strategic and tactical decisions, considering risks, long-term implications, commercial realities and stakeholders’ needs
Have strong collaboration and influencing skills that are required to influence and work effectively with different stakeholders, both internal and external
Have an open, change-focused and aspirational mindset to help unlock the growth potential of the business
To be considered for this role, the relevant rights to work in Hong Kong is required.
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