Global Financial Crimes Finance Manager - Bilingual (English - Japanes

New York
22 May 2019
24 May 2019
Job role
Finance manager
Contract type
Full time
Discover your opportunity with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial
Group (MUFG), the 5th largest financial group in the world (as ranked by
S Global, April 2018) with total assets of over $2.9 trillion (106.2
(JPY) as of March 30, 2018) and 150,000 colleagues in more than 50 countries.
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Job Summary:
Reporting into a Managing Director of Planning Department of
Global Financial Crimes Division, this position is responsible for managing
GFCDs budget and expenses by collecting and analyzing data associated with
budget/expenses and creating reports on them. The responsibilities also include
tasks for enhancing and ensuring the GFCDs budget management structures. In
addition to that, the position is also responsible for preparing necessary
documentations and arrangements on GFCD initiatives which need to be
reported/socialized or approved in Japan.
Major Responsibilities:
As finance manager, you
will handle MUFG's Global Financial Crimes Division (GFCD)s budget and
expenses mainly through the following tasks;You will lead initiatives
associated with cost–effectiveness, such as expense management and
third–party vendor costs.You will work
collaboratively to enhance and ensure the integrity of GFCD's budgeting
framework; in collaboration with the Risk Finance team, regional offices
and Tokyo counterparties.You will initiate and
oversee necessary aspects of GFCD projects, including communicating with
relevant divisions and crafting reports. You will collect and
analyze information on expenses, and create reports reflecting important
trends and data. Overall support of the GFCD budget.You will be responsible
for successful management of projects associated with GFCD planning.You will identify and
report issues associated with the responsibilities above as needed.
A Bachelors degree. An
MBA or Masters degree is preferredWe seek someone who is
bilingual (English and Japanese)5 plus years of experience
working in financial institutions; experience in a planning capacity is
helpfulBasic understanding of
Financial Crimes ComplianceYou will have a
collaborative approach and strong communication skills in English and
Japanese; You have a high degree of
integrity and Carefulness and accurateness in work

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