- Verify transaction instructions including (but not limited to) remittance and fund clearing, loan, and trade finance, E-banking and private banking business and upon verification, input into the ICBC core processing system and submit the same to the Head/Deputy Head of Banking Department for checking and authorization. • Complete the back-office registers and trade services registers on a daily basis. • Safe–keeping of Banking Department transaction files (including electronic files). • VAT invoice issuing. • Any other responsibility assigned by the bank or person in charge of the department from time to time on the basis of requirement.
- Bachelor’s degree in banking and finance, business administration or related disciplines • Must be fluent in English. Speak Mandarin would be an advantage • Excellent communication skills • Ability to work under tight timelines and multi-task • Keen analytical and problem solving abilities • Strong knowledge of Finance & Accounting
About the company
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (ICBC) is China’s largest bank and the largest bank in the world. It is one of China’s “Big Four” state-owned commercial banks (the other three being the Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, and China Construction Bank). It is the largest bank in the world in terms of market value, the world’s largest bank by deposits, and the world’s most profitable bank. In October 2008, the opening of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Middle East) Limited ( regulated by the Dubai Financial Services Authority) allows ICBC to become the pioneer among the Chinese financial institutions for the Middle East market. With strong support from its Head Office located in Beijing, ICBC Middle East support the financial needs of the UAE and the Middle East area, provide a comprehensive international trade,overseas financing against domestic support, project finance, clearing and settlement, and a series of financial services, become a link of economic and trade exchanges between China and Middle region.
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