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Manager Securitisation, Melbourne, Kinsley Power Systems

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178219766
100 AU$
Manager Securitisation, Melbourne, Kinsley Power Systems
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Manager securitisation
Min. Salary: 80.000


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We are building a bank, a company and a brand that we can be proud of – but to achieve that, we need the best people. To help ME get there, you’ll challenge the status quo and share extraordinary ideas – and our size guarantees you’ll have the opportunity, support, and environment to be heard.

We believe everyone deserves the same opportunities in life, regardless of gender or identity, sexuality, ethnicity, disability or religion. This is why we’re so committed to an equal opportunity workplace – because we know our success won’t come from focusing on similarities, but by embracing and celebrating our diversity.

About the role

The Manager Securitisation has a key role in the execution and maintenance of structured finance transactions for the Bank.

The role is key to the optimisation of funding structures to minimise costs of funds for the Bank.

The position is responsible for ongoing compliance with trust documentation and regulatory requirement including all reporting (internal and external).

The role includes managing and delivering cross-functional projects, and stakeholder relationships at the senior level. 

About you

In this role, you will need:
Tertiary qualification, preferably in finance, banking, economics or accounting
At least 7-10 years prior experience in a finance or treasury environment with exposure to capital markets/structured finance
Experience in securitisation transactions and associated documentation.
Strong understanding of APRA and ASIC regulations, specifically APS120
Confident in dealing with internal and external stakeholders at a senior level
Strong understanding for governance frameworks.
Knowledge of risk and compliance associated with securitisation
About the perks

At ME, we believe that work should be a place that you can make the most of – and these are just some of the many reasons why people love it here:
Popular culture – that’s not a claim, we’ve got the data to prove it. We genuinely care about each other and work in an encouraging and collaborative environment.
The whole package – sure, we’re going to reward you well with your salary package – but there are also lots of other perks – including free health support, conveniently-located offices, plus much more.
Not afraid to fail? We embrace action-oriented people like you. That’s right, you can make mistakes here and it’s ok – so long as you learn from them.
To be ME, we need you – we’re building something really cool and you get to directly influence what that is.
ProudlyME – our internal pride network – has a swag of initiatives that show support, education, and passion toward our team and customers, demonstrating that ME is a strong advocate on equal rights for the LGBTIQ+ community.
Meet the Execs – our Executive team is fun and full of passion because we know great managers mean happy staff.
Oh, and did we mention you get your very own ME branded Converse High-top shoes? Now that’s a reason to get your foot in the door.

I was born to play this role

Can’t see a closing date on the advert? That’s because we’re pretty efficient here at ME and we may start looking at applications sooner rather than later, so if this role sounds like your jam, be sure to apply by submitting your CV today.

Should an applicant be the preferred candidate, background checks (including police checks, reference checks, ASIC banned and disqualified persons and bankruptcy checks) will be completed prior to the candidate's employment being confirmed. The outcomes of the background checks do not automatically bar candidates; however, will be assessed against the inherent requirements of the job.

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