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Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Qualifications: 2-5 years previous experience Excellent organizational skills, ability to multitask and adapt to change Demonstrated interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively and with people at all levels of the organization Consistently demonstrates clear and concise written and verbal communication skills Ability to both work collaboratively and independently; ability to navigate a complex organization Proficient in MS Office applications ( Excel, Word, PowerPoint) Project management skills, MCA knowledge Education: Bachelor’s/University degree or equivalent experience

Job Description:

  • Locations: Douala, Littoral Job Function: Risk Management Employee Status: Regular Job ID: 20184592 The Operational Risk Intmd Analyst is a developing professional role. Deals with most problems independently and has some latitude to solve complex problems. Integrates in-depth specialty area knowledge with a solid understanding of industry standards and practices. Good understanding of how the team and area integrate with others in accomplishing the objectives of the subfunction/ job family. Applies analytical thinking and knowledge of data analysis tools and methodologies. Requires attention to detail when making judgments and recommendations based on the analysis of factual information. Typically deals with variable issues with potentially broader business impact. Applies professional judgment when interpreting data and results. Breaks down information in a systematic and communicable manner. Developed communication and diplomacy skills are required in order to exchange potentially complex/sensitive information. Moderate but direct impact through close contact with the businesses' core activities. Quality and timeliness of service provided will affect the effectiveness of own team and other closely related teams. Responsibilities: Participates in the application of operational risk policies, technology and tools, and governance processes to create lasting solutions for minimizing losses from failed internal processes, inadequate controls, and emerging risks. Contributes to risk assessments and drives actions to address the root causes that persistently lead to operational risk losses by challenging both historical and proposed practices. Provides governance and oversight may include (not limited to) technology operational risk, risk for example. Executes the Managers Control Assessment (MCA) program in a timely manner. Plans, tests and reports on Operational Risk findings Tests and monitors key controls which have been identified for each product line and document results. Liases with business and line control officers on any deficiencies or control gaps. Ensures appropriate remedial actions are in place where deficiencies are identified. Documents, implements and executes Corrective Action Plan (CAP) for management of control issues Additional duties as assigned Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency. Interested candidates should apply online via the corporate website, https://jobs.citi.com/job/douala/operational-risk-analyst

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Selection Criteria Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, Commerce, Administration or related discipline, preferably supplemented with courses in secretarial training/administration/office management (BTS or DUT). Preferably a minimum of four (4) years of progressively relevant and practical experience, in an executive office preferably in an international organization. Ability to work and cooperate with others from diverse background Knowledge of secretarial skills and duties Knowledge of administration duties Excellent written and verbal communications in English or French, with a working knowledge of the other language. Competence in the use of standard Microsoft software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint). Excellent organizational, and communication skills. Able to work under pressure in the dynamic setting of an international and multicultural setting. Handling speedily and efficiently internal and external requests.

Job Description:

  • The Hiring Departement / Country Office The various Country Office falls within one of the five (5) Regions of the Africa Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery Hubs The Hub oversees a combination of country and liaison offices, as well as non-presence countries. The Director General is accountable of the specific African region Each Hub will house relevant operations, business development and project implementation functions and administrative capabilities in a shared service for rapid deployment into the individual countries, to help drive the overall business of the Bank effectively on the ground. Country Offices of the African Development Bank have been established to strengthen policy dialogue between the Bank, Governments and other stakeholders; improve performance of the project portfolio and aid coordination with other development partners. Duties and Responsibilities Under the overall administrative authority of the Director General Central, the Team Assistant will be responsible for maintaining the liaison with other organizational units in respect of activities related to administrative and logistic support; follow up requests for information from other departments as well as disseminating information relevant to the department The incumbent also deals with service providers outside the Bank and ensures efficient communication and coordination of activities within the department. Workflow Management: Devise and maintain office systems to deal efficiently with paper flow; organize and store paperwork, documents and computer-based information; These include the management of the filing and retrieval system Track and follow up on documents: deal with incoming email, faxes, post and correspondence; Distribute Papers from the Director's office and maintain a follow up system as required. Meetings: Prepare documents, briefing papers, reports, spreadsheets and presentations. Acts as secretary at meetings. Drafts the minutes of the meetings; establishes a reporting system on all decisions taken during the meetings for follow up of implementation of outstanding decisions. Processes the schedule of inter departmental meetings within the Bank, consultation and bi lateral meetings with between Bank and other partners. Processes the request to incur representation expenses; follow up of actions to be taken by concerned services. Represents the department at Finance/Budget meetings related to carry over budget meetings with FIFC, CHGS and budget departments and disseminates information on any guidelines, instructions, communicated during the meetings Administration, Budget and Finance: Assists and advises the Director General on a variety of administrative and personnel matters; Establishes stock control system for the management of office supplies and other bank properties (Personal computers, printers, faxes …); centralizes requests for office supplies submitted by staff within the department and makes provisions in order to ensure distribution of the required items. Contributes to the preparation of the annual budget submission of the department as well as the Mid-year budget review and retrospective review. Arrange travel, visa and accommodation for staff going on missions. Initiate and prepare various administrative documents and forms, such as staff list, Staff missions, training programs, staff absence (annual leave, home leave, excused absence and maternity leave) as well as statistical data when required on staff. Manage systems, create and process expenses reports in SAP. Advises on the allocation of support staff to meet priorities, workload and timeliness; participates in recruitment of temporary local staff by reviewing candidatures; pre-selecting candidates, and participating in interview panel, providing reports for decision making, drafting terms of reference and follow-up of their recruitment. Negotiates with CHGS allocation of appropriate office space for the Unit. Reporting and Correspondence: Consolidates the department's reports and the reporting on level of work executed. Drafts correspondence that requires research and/or discussion on administrative and technical matters Liaise with professional staff in Divisions to obtain information for special and ongoing projects. Secretarial Duties: Ensure maintenance of enough stocks of stationery and other basic office requisites. Track and follow-up on documents, deal with incoming emails, faxes and general mails. Handle internal and general public enquiries; screen telephone calls and requests and handle them as appropriate; welcome and look after visitors; organize and maintain electronic diaries and make appointments. Maintain confidential records and filing of report s, correspondence and related material for ease of referral. Source internal and external documents for research purposes and ascertain the methods and techniques required to undertake related projects. To Apply Interested and qualified candidates should: Application Deadline: 27th May, 2020. Applicants who fully meet the Bank's requirements and are considered for interview will be contacted. Only online applications submitted with a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV) and copies of the required degrees will be considered. The President, AfDB, reserves the right to appoint a candidate at a lower level. The African Development Bank is an equal opportunities employer. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) does not ask for payments of any kind from applicants throughout the recruitment process (job application, CV review, interview meeting, and final processing of applications). In addition, the Bank does not request information on applicants’ bank accounts. The African Development Bank Group declines all responsibility for the fraudulent publications of job offers in its name or, in general, for the fraudulent use of its name in any way whatsoever. https://www.afdb.org

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Education: Bachelor’s/University degree or equivalent experience This job description provides a high-level review of the types of work performed. Other job-related duties may be assigned as required.

Job Description:

  • The Credit Risk Intermediate Analyst is a developing professional role. Deals with most problems independently and has some latitude to solve complex problems. Integrates in-depth specialty area knowledge with a solid understanding of industry standards and practices. Good understanding of how the team and area integrate with others in accomplishing the objectives of the subfunction/ job family. Applies analytical thinking and knowledge of data analysis tools and methodologies. Requires attention to detail when making judgments and recommendations based on the analysis of factual information. Typically deals with variable issues with potentially broader business impact. Applies professional judgment when interpreting data and results. Breaks down information in a systematic and communicable manner. Developed communication and diplomacy skills are required in order to exchange potentially complex/sensitive information. Moderate but direct impact through close contact with the businesses' core activities. Quality and timeliness of service provided will affect the effectiveness of own team and other closely related teams. Responsibilities: Provides analysis of a business' financial trends, indicators and other client data for presentation to the Underwriting Manager for further discussion and consideration. Manages the risk associated with new and existing borrowing relationships through the following: Performs spreads of client business financial statements Creates Customer Accounting Systems’ through Credit Platform Recognizes potential client risk through early warning systems Performs periodic financial statement review Tracks established financial covenants Monitors compliance to borrowing base credit facility Accompanies Underwriting Manager on customer site visits (when appropriate) Compliance with Citibank policies to ensure satisfactory ratings from internal and external auditors. Appropriately assess risk when business decisions are made, demonstrating particular consideration for the firm's reputation and safeguarding Citigroup, its clients and assets, by driving compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations, adhering to Policy, applying sound ethical judgment regarding personal behavior, conduct and business practices, and escalating, managing and reporting control issues with transparency. Interested candidates should apply online following the weblink below, https://citi.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Selection Criteria Have at least a Master's degree with at least 12 to 15 years of professional experience in strategy, finance, or advisory, e.g., commercial or investment banking, project finance, private equity and management consulting; As an ambassador representing IFC in the country, country manager must be a role model for ethical behavior values of IFC; Strong client relationship management skills, with an existing network of relevant top-level contacts in the cluster of countries' private and public sector and/or demonstrated ability to build such high-level client network; Outstanding and proven track record of performance in investment and advisory activities; Strong leadership capabilities and experience managing people, especially leading diverse and high performing teams; Significant experience with proven success in developing client relationships; Ability to represent IFC externally with government, media, clients, donors, and other stakeholders; Ability to think strategically and adjust the country strategies as needed so that it remains responsive to the needs of client countries, and in coordination with development partners; Experience in transaction processing and portfolio supervision a strong plus; Work experience in the Africa region and a strong interest in developing a thorough understanding of the cluster countries; Ability to build successful relationships across the matrix; Strong written and oral communications skills, French is essential; Recognized as a leader; Ability to develop innovative solutions and challenge the status quo to build IFC's business and image in the market; Meet Bank Group-wide managerial selection criteria including Courage of your convictions, Leading the team for impact, influencing across boundaries, fostering openness to new ideas, and Building talent for the future.

Job Description:

  • IFC is looking to recruit a Country Manager responsible for the following cluster of countries: Cameroon, Gabon, Central Africa Republic, Congo Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Equatorial Guinea, Chad and Sao Tome & Principe. This position is based in Douala, Cameroon. The Country Manager will play a critical role in operationalizing IFC3.0/Creating Markets strategy and enabling the Cascade at the country level. He/she will be responsible, in close collaboration with the WBG counterparts, for developing operational country strategies and action plans and for driving their implementation. The Country Manager will oversee a portfolio of approximately US$ 500 million. This cluster of countries generated an average investment commitment of around US$ 450 million (including mobilization) over the last three fiscal years and includes an active Advisory Services program. The prospects for continued growth in both investment and advisory activities are very good. While the cluster of countries may change, the mandate of the Country Manager will be to significantly build the portfolio, develop new opportunities for IFC in the country and enhance our impact. The Country Manager will be responsible for all IFC's activities in the cluster of countries while managing a multidisciplinary team of more than 20 investment, advisory services and support staff on the ground. This will require close interactions with corporate clients, governments, counterparts at the World Bank and other multilateral/bilateral institutions, as well as internal coordination within IFC with Industry Department Directors and Managers, Advisory Services Managers and constituent Executive Directors. The Country Manager will report to the Regional Director, West and Central Africa. Duties and Accountabilities In consultation with the Regional Director, Western and Central Africa, develop, design and implement multi-year country strategies and implementation plans for integrated investment and advisory operations, including sector priorities and business targets; Support the implementation of the Upstream strategy; Oversee all IFC's investment and advisory activities in the cluster of countries; Lead the coordination with World Bank Group institutions and oversee with the regional industry managers (and other colleagues in IDA and MIGA) the design and implementation of the Joint Business Plans (JBPs) and other forms of proactive collaboration to enable the Cascade at the country level. Fully contribute and drive on behalf of IFC the development of Systematic Country Diagnostics (SCDs), Country Private Sector Diagnostics (CPSDs) and Country Partnership Frameworks (CPFs); Manage and develop relationships with key clients (governments and private companies) at the highest level of seniority and position IFC as the partner of choice to support high development impact projects in the cluster of countries. Build up relationships with key stakeholders (including relevant regulators, businesses, NGOs, PE Funds, and investors); Identify and implement measures to improve country results in terms of efficiency, productivity, profitability and impact and increase its contribution to the corporate scorecard; Lead, manage, develop and mentor an integrated and diverse team consisting of regional and industry staff, ensuring that the team is high-performing, well-motivated, innovative, well-trained; has clear deliverables; and is committed to the success of IFC in the country; Identify areas where IFC can catalyze market development through innovation based on a thorough understanding of local markets and best practice from IFC's global experience; Lead/coordinate the development of a client engagement strategy for existing and new clients; Take accountability for early review and clearance of sponsors. For all investments and AS client's programs, review and validate IFC's added-value, development impact and fit with IFC strategy in the cluster of countries; Manage investment teams and provide guidance for complex investment structuring and portfolio management cases; make early review and Investment review stage decisions, serve as transaction manager, and chair decision meetings as appropriate under an approved delegated authority framework, and/or carry out all Country Manager responsibilities under the prevailing accountability for decision making (ADM) matrix at IFC; Develop IFC's “brand”, building on IFC's regional brand and the overall communications strategy; engaging with local media; Represent and provide visibility for IFC in the target markets including through organizing/participating in high profile events (Senior level visits, interviews, seminars and conferences); Develop and maintain strong relationships with Industry Departments to originate, process and manage a pipeline of investments, and support proactive and strategic portfolio management, to meet IFC's objectives; Develop market knowledge to ensure that IFC is working with the right sponsors. Take accountability for client selection, ensure the integrity of potential clients and develop and maintain relationships with these companies to identify business opportunities considering IFC's strategy, priorities and products; Share accountability (with Industry Portfolio Managers) for the quality and performance of the Country Portfolio; work jointly with relevant managers to meet Scorecard targets in the cluster of countries (Client Satisfaction, Productivity, Development Impact and People metrics); Provide administrative and HR management oversight; Act as the Head of Security for the cluster of countries responsible for QBG's duty of care obligations to staff; Oversee the crisis management team supported by the business continuity management program offices; Appoint emergency wardens, security focal points and road safety focal points; Coordinate security decisions with other affected Heads of Office across the WBG. Poverty has no borders, neither does excellence. We succeed because of our differences and we continuously search for qualified individuals with diverse backgrounds from around the globe. www.worldbank.org

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Compétences Métier Maîtrise des techniques d’entretien de négociation avec les clients ; Maîtrise de l’analyse financière, la restructuration et la modélisation ; Très bonne qualité rédactionnelle ; Connaissance des procédures de recouvrement et des produits bancaires ; Connaissance basique en matière de contrat, de garanties bancaires et des procédures collectives ; Manipulation des outils de recouvrement (MERCI SOFT, AMPLITUDE, Tableau de suivi Excel, de recouvrement, etc..) ; Connaissance des normes IFRS ; Gestion des délais ; Eléments de droit bancaire ; Restructuration des engagements des clients ; Sens du risque. Compétences Comportementales Intégrité Proactivité Orienté client et résultat Aisance relationnelle Esprit d’équipe Engagement Profil du candidat Minimum BAC +4/5 en Banques ou Finances, comptabilité ou toute autre discipline équivalente Minimum cinq (05) années d’expérience professionnelle dans une institution bancaire en tant que Chargé d’Affaires des marchés Grandes entreprises, petites et moyennes entreprises. Une expérience à un poste de recouvrement amiable dans le domaine bancaire serait un atout Analyse et résolution des situations d’engagements difficiles.

Job Description:

  • Le Chargé des Affaires Spéciales de Recouvrement aura pour missions principales : Gérer les dossiers CLIPRO et CORPORATE (CLICOM) difficiles (ayant au moins 1 impayé à partir du 15 ème jour de retard de paiement ou n’ayant pas de mouvements créditeurs depuis 3 mois), tout en garantissant la qualité de la relation client et en contribuant au développement commercial de la banque par la maîtrise du coût du risque ; Assister les CCL dans les négociations par des descentes sur sites afin de faciliter la prise de décision dans la gestion des dossiers des entreprises difficiles ou en difficulté, ayant des engagements gelés et des impayés cumulés ; Assurer le suivi des dossiers qui lui sont confiés ; Travailler sur la restructuration des dossiers et des créances qui lui sont confiés, en conformité avec les règles de la Société Générale ; Contribuer à la définition et la mise en œuvre des évolutions dans l’activité de recouvrement amiable des impayés de la Clientèle Entreprises ; Exécuter toute autre tâche demandée par son Responsable hiérarchique, dans la limite de sa compétence. Pour ce poste de 10ème catégorie, le titulaire aura pour responsabilités : Commercial Assurer la synergie avec les CCL CLIPRO/CLICOM dans la gestion de la Clientèle des Entreprises ; Assister les CCL CLIPRO/CLICOM dans les entretiens de négociation avec les clients en difficultés et les clients difficiles, et, les accompagner sur les sites en apportant son expertise ; Assister aux Comités hebdomadaires et mensuels CLIPRO/CLICOM . Risques Procéder au recouvrement amiable des engagements gelés et impayés de la clientèle des entreprises ; Mener des entretiens de négociation avec les clients, tout en proposant des solutions de recouvrement adaptées ; Participer à la négociation des documents juridiques liés à la restructuration ; Préparer les mises à jour des demandes de crédit restructuré soumises au comité de crédit pour décision selon le mode d’intervention ; Veiller à la mise en place des crédits restructurés ; Apporter des conseils juridiques et financiers, son expertise sur tous les dossiers confiés; Proposer, coordonner et mettre en œuvre des stratégies permettant d’optimiser le recouvrement pour la banque ; Faire des recommandations de provision au comité des provisions ; Evaluer l’intérêt de vendre la créance sur le marché secondaire pour la banque ; Travailler avec l’équipe juridique interne sur tout sujet de procédure judiciaire. Gestion Exploiter quotidiennement l’outil MERCI dans le recouvrement amiable ; Gérer quotidiennement son portefeuille de suivi alloué ; Faire le reporting des performances dans les outils de recouvrement ; Transférer les clients au Contentieux ; Préparer les états et participer aux comités ; Partager et faire partager les meilleurs pratiques au sein du service et de la Banque . Date limite de réception des candidatures : jeudi, 26 mars 2020 à 17 heures. NB. Seules les candidatures sélectionnées seront ultérieurement convoquées. Comment Postuler? https://www.talenteo.com/job-apply Tous les candidats interéssés sont invités à postuler en ligne via le lien suivant: Chargé de Recouvrement Affaires Spéciales

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Compétences techniques Connaitre l’offre bancaire destinée à la clientèle professionnelle Connaitre les bases financières, juridiques et fiscales Savoir mettre en œuvre les techniques d’entretien client, de vente, de négociation et de prospection. Maîtriser les outils bureautiques et les applications métier Appréhender le risque lié à l’activité sur son périmètre (risques de contrepartie, limites à divers… Maîtriser les règles et procédures en vigueur, en particulier celles liées à la conformité, au secret bancaire, à la surveillance permanente et la lutte contre la fraude et le blanchiment Compétences comportementales Orientation client Orientation résultat Sens du risque Bonne capacité de négociation Esprit d’équipe Profil du candidat Minimum BAC +3/4 en Audit/Contrôle de Gestion, Banque, Commerce international ou toute discipline connexe. Minimum 05 années d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine bancaire.

Job Description:

  • La mission principale du candidat est d’exploiter et développer un portefeuille de clients et de prospects professionnels avec le souci permanent de qualité de service, de satisfaction client, de rentabilité et de maîtrise des risques. Il devra être l’interlocuteur privilégié du client et pouvoir lui apporter son expertise afin de répondre à ses besoins et problématiques professionnelles. Il/Elle aura pour rôle de : Développer et gérer le portefeuille de clients et prospects Identifier les sources d’accroissement de son portefeuille au sein de son environnement en vue de mener des actions de prospection potentiellement rentables ; Exploiter les états fournis par les services supports pour orienter son action commerciale Analyser les besoins précis du client et concrétiser la vente Conseiller les clients et les prospects sur les produits et les services adaptés à leurs besoins Vendre les produits et services bancaires, en vue d'accroître le taux d’équipement Partager l'information via la rédaction de comptes-rendus de visite, de plan d’actions commercial pour les clients les plus importants, d’avis commerciaux lors des renouvellements de dossiers. Présenter si nécessaire, de façon pro active, le client à un spécialiste (Leasing, GTB) Assurer la synergie avec le segment de la clientèle de particuliers. Qualité des services et satisfaction de la clientèle Accueillir, écouter les clients et prospects S’assurer du bon dénouement des opérations courantes des clients (chèques, virements, prélèvement, échéances de crédit, forçage, etc…) dans le respect des procédures en vigueur ; Orienter correctement et de manière diligente les demandes du client vers le service interne concerné Collecter les réponses des services de back-office pour restitution au client Aviser dans les délais impartis le service Qualité des remontées des clients. Suivi risque de 1er niveau Apprécier et maîtriser le risque de crédit des clients du portefeuille. Détecter de façon pertinente la dégradation du risque et conduire les stratégies adaptées pour une correcte maîtrise des risques, en liaison avec le service du pré-contentieux Gérer les dates de renouvellement, notamment en respectant les délais de rigueur de 2 mois avant l'échéance Soumettre à sa hiérarchie les opérations à forcer (Non autorisé, en dépassement, autorisation échue, indisponibilité,...) avec un argumentaire en leur faveur ou un commentaire sur les perspectives de régularisation S'assurer de la célérité dans le traitement des dossiers et de la contractualisation des décisions communément prises avec le client ; Assurer le suivi des états risques : comptes irréguliers (dépassement ou sans mouvement), balance des débiteurs, dossiers échues. Veiller au recouvrement amiable sur les comptes débiteurs ou immobilisés Initier le pré-contentieux Fournir un travail fiable dans les délais impartis ; proposer des solutions adaptées. Conformité Respecter les règles de sécurité et de déontologie, de la lutte anti blanchiment Contribuer à la conformité des dossiers en collectant auprès du client les pièces nécessaires comme les DSF, informations juridiques : statuts, pouvoir, rempli la fiche KYC à l’ouverture du compte etc., Mettre à jour le fichier client par collecte des données Respecter les valeurs du groupe Société Générale. Pour ce poste de 9ème catégorie basé à Douala, le candidat devra avoir les compétences suivantes : DATE LIMITE DE RÉCEPTION DES CANDIDATURES : VENDREDI, LE 27 MARS 2020 A 17 HEURES. NB : SEULES LES CANDIDATURES RETENUES SERONT CONTACTÉES ULTÉRIEUREMENT. Comment Postuler https://www.talenteo.com/job-apply

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net

Qualification/Work Experience :

  • Position Requirements: - Basic credit management skills - Basic knowledge in credit products - Basic knowledge on loan recovery strategy - Good organizational and disciplinary skills - Ability to meet deadlines - Confidentiality and Professional secrecy Behavioral skills and Candidate profile - Absolute integrity and a good listener - Holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Banking, Finance, Accounting, Business Law - A Master’s degree will be an added advantage - Attention to detail, multitasking abilities - Proactivity, cooperation and team spirit - Ability to work under pressure - Proof of experience will be an added advantage - Mastery of the English and French Languages

Job Description:

  • Credit Risk and Recovery Assistant Union Bank of Cameroon plc is presently in search of a CREDIT RISK & RECOVERY ASSISTANT for the Credit Risk and Recovery Department at its head office, Douala Cameroon. Opportunity is open for both internal and external candidates. Main Mission To work under absolute guidance and supervision in carrying out various assigned administrative tasks in the Credit & Recovery department and as directed by the Credit team Reporting line: Credit Administrator Key Responsibilities: - Update register of all credit and cautions files sent from the branches; - Update register of all incoming and outgoing mails of the Department - Follow up documents sent for signatures and ensure compliance with SLA, - Update register of all files sent to Treasury & Loans Operations for booking; - Ensure all files sent to Treasury & Loans Operations have been processed, Application Procedure ? All documents (CV and Cover Letter) should be sent to recruitment@unionbankcameroon.com on or before 5.00pm of March 13th 2020. ? Union Bank of Cameroon plc is an enterprise that vies for Equal Employment Opportunity. - Ensure the review and issuance of all attestations bank wide; - Ensure the review of loans and cautions files for correctness and completeness before approval and disbursement; - Ensure the cleanness of our contingent liabilities portfolio, - Follow up of doubtful cautions to be released, - Ensure all commissions on attestations, cautions and loans are well collected and corresponding accounts impacted on a daily basis, - Follow up repayment of unpaid installments and doubtful loans - Prepare Reminder Letters to delinquents customers - Follow up payments of our legal partners (Lawyers, Bailiffs, Detective, Real Estate Experts, etc - Ensure proper filing of all doubtful files, all correspondences with customers, and any other important document of the department - Follow up all recovery actions in order to get the loans repaid - Prepare data for the departmental reports - Execute any other task assigned by the Supervisor or Head of Department

Employer : Cameroonjobs

Location : www.cameroonjobs.net