Overview of Division/Department
Based out of Singapore, Mizuho Bank's Asia & Oceania Treasury Department (AOTD) oversees FX & Derivatives Sales, Trading, Macroeconomic/Market Research, Banking and Planning for Asia (outside of Japan and Greater China). Company Profile
MIZUHO BANK, LTD. IS A SUBSIDIARY OF THE JAPAN-BASED MIZUHO FINANCIAL GROUP , INC. (LISTED ON THE TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE AND NYSE) AND IS ONE OF THE LARGEST FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANIES IN THE WORLD . MIZUHO BANK, LTD. PROVIDES FINANCIAL AND STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS FOR THE INCREASINGLY DIVERSE AND SOPHISTICATED NEEDS OF ITS CLIENTS WITH OFFICES LOCATED IN ALL THE MAJOR CITIES OF THE WORLD SUCH AS TOKYO , NEW YORK, LONDON, HONG KONG AND SINGAPORE. Job Responsibilities
Your key roles & responsibilities include:
- Providing hedging solution to corporate clients (especially Japanese Corporates) based in the Singapore and in the region to manage risk (FX risk, Interest risk, Commodity price risk etc.).
- Expanding FX & derivatives business with clients in Asia & Ocean region, collaborating with Treasury colleagues in each country.
- Contributing ideas and strategies to improve FX & derivatives business and collaborate with related departments.
- Responding to ad hoc requirements on the business as required.
- Preparing and submitting Management level reports in both English and Japanese language.
- At least five years of experience in banking industry and Corporate Treasury environment with professional experience in FX or Derivative Sales.
- Highly motivated and able to work independently, able to communicate effectively and interact confidently across all levels.
- Preferably with experience in Cross border solutions and a good understanding of regulation (especially in the FX& derivatives area).
- Preferably with experience working in Japanese corporate or Japanese corporate banking environment, within Asia / Oceania region.
- Strong understanding and affiliation to Japanese financial industry with relevant network.
- Business-level proficiency in both English and Japanese as the incumbent is expected to read & understand documents as well as respond & communicate in these two languages.