Job Category: Banking & Finance
Job Type: Permanent
Job Location: Singapore

We are representing our client, the Singapore branch of a multinational banking group, to look for a Non-Performing Loan (NPL) Senior Manager to manage the Singapore Branch’s Corporate Banking NPL accounts.


  • Handle, monitor and follow up on the Branch’s NPL accounts; set up the recovery strategy and manage the recovery of NPL and written off accounts.
  • Prepare recovery proposals for approval in accordance with the Branch’s authorization.
  • Monitor material risk events, and ensure timely reporting to Management/Head Office; and follow up on the progress of potential NPL accounts.
  • Review/Prepare monthly management reports on collection and recovery.
  • Negotiate with borrowers in collaboration with cross functional departments such as Corporate Banking and Legal departments etc. and liaise with external parties such as lawyers and judicial manager etc.
  • Ensure that post-loan management and NPL collection are carried out in accordance with the Head Office and Branch Management requirements and regulatory requirements.
  • Ensure the completion of key performance indicators relating to asset quality management assigned by Head Office and Management.
  • Review and formulate the Branch’s systems, procedures and requirements relating to material risk event management, NPL management and collection work.
  • As a second line defense, set up the post-loan management risk framework to prevent potential NPL, and follow up and guide the Font Office on post-loan management activities.
  • Provide targeted work assistance and guidance to the junior staff, and nurture team development.
  • Handle any other work assigned by the Management.


  • More than 8 years of NPL management work experience.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Law, Finance, Economics, Accounting or related major.
  • Managerial experience is preferred.
  • Familiar with the regulatory requirements of bank’s bad credit collection.
  • Familiar with legal terms in restructuring, litigation, repossession and liquidation.
  • Possess independent project management capability.
  • Strong ability to coordinate with all relevant parties, make sound judgments and handle contingencies in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • Strong negotiation, communication and data analysis skills.
  • Strong investigation ability.
  • Fluent in English and Chinese as the incumbent is required to liaise with Chinese speaking counterparts.

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