Associate Director, Credit Analysis Unit - Global Banking and Markets
Hang Seng
Central, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, Asia Pacific


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HSBC Global Banking and Markets is an emerging markets-led, financing-focused business that provides investment and financial solutions.

Through our international network, we connect emerging and mature markets, covering key growth areas. We partner with our corporate, government and institutional clients to help them achieve consistent, long-term performance.

Our products and services include advisory, financing, prime services, research and analysis, securities services, trading and sales and transaction banking.

We are currently seeking a high calibre professional to join our team as an Associate Director, Credit Analysis Unit.

Principal Responsibilities

  • Ensure relationships between CAU, Client Onboarding, Credit Risk, and RMs are strategically forward looking, highly collaborative and productively engaged towards mutual business outcomes
  • Provide the highest quality, forward looking and professional Credit Analysis to GB&M for the existing client portfolios and new business transactions
  • Develop and manage a forward looking and strategic relationship with GBM across sectors to ensure work load is considered well in advance, resources are effectively deployed and overdues are controlled within KPIs
  • Ensure CAU’s management of FIG and Corporates (onshore and offshore if applicable) is developed with business development objectives in mind, timely delivery of services, appropriate controls, thorough documentation and a high degree of data integrity.
  • Review and engage with stakeholders to formulate and deliver a best in class Credit Risk Management and control environment, observing group policy and procedure documents at all times


  • Educated to the degree level
  • Minimum 10 years (more for senior roles) of banking experience required, with a minimum of 5 years within a credit risk discipline strongly preferred
  • Cross client section knowledge including corporates, financial institutions and funds is preferred
  • Highly developed leadership and management ability
  • Proven ability to prioritize competing demands
  • Excellent analysis, design and problem solving skills
  • Strong commercial and financial management experience with a proven track record in a service company type model
  • Highly developed negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Able to deal with and constructively resolve conflicting views and where necessary, escalate to senior management in a clear and succinct manner
  • Be change oriented and able to cope with pressure and tight deadlines
  • Able to understand and consolidate diverse and complex business information and identify / mitigate risk issues
  • Fluent communication and written language skills
  • Highly proficient in the use of MS Office tools, e.g. Excel
  • Strong understanding of HSBC Group credit policies and systems (for internal candidates)
  • Fully conversant with the nature of complex / structured finance transactions, including i) Project & Export Finance, ii) Structured Trade Finance, iii) Highly Leveraged Transactions and iv) Asset Backed Lending
  • Successful (i.e. engaged) management of a team of FTE
  • Ability to effectively engage and negotiate with senior stakeholders demonstrating considered foresight and highly developed interpersonal skills
  • To be considered for this role, the relevant rights to work in Hong Kong is required.

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