Chief Risk Officer at First National Bank

First National Bank FNB JOB VACANCIES

Chief Risk Officer at First National Bank. 

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purpose

Ensures that the organisation complies across a broad spectrum of regulatory requirements. Identify risk exposures at a process level.

experience and qualifications

• Relevant Honours degree • 8 to 10 years risk management experience in the financial industry.
 

Application Process (Chief Risk Officer at First National Bank)

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Closing Date : 5 Oct. 2021

 

Aditional requirements

 

Responsibilities(Chief Risk Officer at First National Bank)

 

• Establishment, alignment and management of target and budget goals whilst ensuring effective control of costs for a range of functional areas to increase cost efficiency. • Maintenance of expert knowledge on relevant legislative amendments, industry best practices and provision of proactive advice and solutions to relevant stakeholders. • Development of a service culture which builds rewarding relationships, proposes innovations and allows others to provide exceptional client service. • Cultivate and manage objective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including end-users, SME’s, project managers and senior staff members. • Contributes to the development and execution of the business unit strategy through the development and implementation of the People Strategy and operational objectives. • Monitoring of changes in laws, regulations, initiatives and relevant industry practices, drafting and implementation of appropriate interventions. • Development of materials and documentation including minimum standards, templates, guidelines, FAQ’s and processes. • Development and maintenance of a network of experts to ensure communication of solutions, benefits, risks and innovations in area of specialisation. • Comply with governance in terms of legislative and audit requirements. • Plan and manage performance, skills development, employment equity, talent and culture of team in order to improve innovation, achieve efficiencies and increase competencies. • Manage own development to increase own competencies

 

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