Client Audit Manager

Location:Greater Manchester
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Client Audit Manager, Global Trade & Receivables Finance

GCB 5
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Global Trade and Receivables Finance comprises over 4,500 people across more than 60 countries, helping suppliers and buyers with their export and import finance needs. Trade is where HSBC began in 1865, when we financed commerce between Europe, North America and Asia.

As an HSBC employee in the UK, you will have access to tailored professional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefits package. This includes private healthcare for all UK-based employees, enhanced maternity and adoption pay and support when you return to work, and a contributory pension scheme with a generous employer contribution.

The role of the Client Audit Manager is to perform Field Surveys on New and Existing Sellers who utilise Receivables / Inventory / Trade facilities. The primary function is to evaluate and validate the collateral and understand working capital cycles where GTRF provides facilities.

In this role, you will:
  • Conducting Field Surveys on Receivables Finance and Trade customers, to include ABL facilities (essential).

  • Independently, and objectively, identify / quantify and manage product related risks through appropriate audit testing. Produce quality Survey reports on findings.

  • Work in close liaison with GTRF Client Management; Sales teams and Transaction Risk Management.

  • Ascertain the value of the collateral purchased / or to be purchased (Receivables / Inventory), under the Sellers agreement with GTRF. Take, or recommend, action to ensure the security of the funding provided (existing business), or to be provided (new business).