Recoveries Strategy Manager

Location:West Midlands
Job Type:Full Time
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Recoveries Strategy Manager

Some careers open moredoors than others.

If you’re looking for a career that willunlock new opportunities, join HSBC and experience the possibilities. Whetheryou want a career that could take you to the top, or simply take you in anexciting new direction, HSBC offers opportunities, support and rewards thatwill take you further.

GlobalRisk is a thriving and expert risk management function supporting HSBC globallywith all aspects of risk management. The team actively manages a varied anddynamic range of risk types, including security, fraud, information security,contingency, geopolitical, operational, credit, pension, insurance, financialcrime and regulatory compliance, market and reputation risks. All parts of theGlobal Risk team use their skills, insight and integrity to handle establishedthreats and those they see emerging, acting to protect and enable HSBC todeliver sustainable growth.

As an HSBC employee in the UK, you will have access to tailoredprofessional development opportunities and a competitive pay and benefitspackage. This includes private healthcare for all UK-based employees, enhancedmaternity and adoption pay and support when you return to work, and acontributory pension scheme with a generous employer contribution.

We are currently seeking an experiencedindividual to join this team in the role of Recoveries Strategy Manager

In thisrole, you will:

  • Responsible for setting,

developing and monitoring adherence to the Recoveries policy, ensuring the

banks approach drives good customer outcomes

  • Responsible for defining the

banks commercial strategy related to management of accounts in Recoveries.

Testing and optimising the ‘keep, place, sell’ strategies to recognize the

strengths of each stage in the recovery journey.

  • Uses external knowledge and

insight to drive changes to strategy

  • Management of Recovery

Analysts in the UK and GAC to support Recovery strategy