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Senior Manager/Assistant Vice President (M&A, Corporate Planning & Enterprise Risk Management)

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Date: 17-Nov-2020

Location: StarHub Green

Company: StarHub Ltd

Job Description

 

Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions, this role leads in the scoping of potential business opportunities, conceptualizing, driving strategic projects as well as supporting in the Enterprise Risk Management.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Mergers & Acquisitions
• Develop a pipeline of targets in accordance with the company’s M&A framework
• Maintain a good working relationship with external partners such as private equity Fund Managers and Startup Accelerators
• Work closely with Senior Management and Business Leads to understand business priorities and key targets.
• Support in structuring the transaction by developing business priorities, conducting financial profile and risk assessment and structure the deal palatable to multiple stakeholders’ requirements (Vendors, Board Members, Senior leadership and Employees).
• Lead in negotiations with vendors /sellers and well as post-merger work

 

Strategic Planning
• Responsible for developing strategic projects
• Work with Senior Management of the company to conduct the business line portfolio reviews and strategic asset reviews as appropriate

 

Portfolio Management
• Manage the various M&A assets under StarHub’s control
• Monitor P&L performance, financial issues and overall business health
• Attend Board meetings and coordinate follow up critical matters to StarHub Board/ Management to closure – for example, financial and audit-related issues, which are critical to our status as a listed company.

 

Enterprise Risk Management
• Drive the development of the company’s ERM policy, framework, system, tools and risk profile/register/reports
• Drive the implementation of ERM initiatives within the organization (eg. monitor KRIs)
• Promote organizational risk awareness culture through communications, workshops, training sessions, and informal/formal engagements, etc.
• Facilitate risk assessment workshops/exercises with internal stakeholders
• Oversee and ensure a comprehensive corporate insurance plan in place

 

Business Continuity Management
• Drive the BCM efforts including related audits
• Responsible for re-certification of BCP-related qualifications/processes for the company
• Plays a supporting role in company-wide BCP related committees, such as the committee tasked with dealing with NCoV issues

Qualifications

 

• Degree in Finance, Business, Economics or related discipline
• At least 10 years of working experience, with 3 years of working experience in a similar capacity
• Strong business acumen and analytical skills across a broad range of asset classes
• Ability to communicate and influence through articulation of key business drivers in visual form
• Excellent spoken, written and interpersonal communication skills within a collaborative teamwork environment
• Able to handle ambiguity and deliver within strict deadlines in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to manage internal and external stakeholders

 

*We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.