Latest Recruitment at United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA)

United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) is one of Africa’s leading financial institutions, with operations in 19 African countries and 3 global financial centres: London, Paris and New York. From a single country organisation founded in 1949 in Nigeria UBA has grown to become a pan-African provider of financial services with over 11 million customers, through close to 1000 business offices and touch points globally.

We are recruiting to fill the positions below:

 

 

 

Job Title: Treasury Sales Officer

Location: Nigeria

Responsibilities

  • Increase sales of treasury products, ensuring profitability, while creating value and achieve market dominance in line with the bank’s strategic objectives.
  • Track and analyze developments in the external environment and their implications on foreign currencies and securities to facilitate sales decisions.
  • Ensure compliance with approved trader’s limit and daily open position limit.
  • Seal and cover trades at competitive prices for customers.
  • Source for key players in the industry in order to get share of wallet of their business.
  • Reconcile transactions booked to ensure accuracy of information captured on the blotter.
  • Capture all transactions processed bank-wide on FX blotter.

Preferred Competencies

  • Broad knowledge of banking industry products and services.
  • Good knowledge and understanding of foreign exchange market and operations
  • Ability to interpret customer business needs, operational requirements with demonstrable ability to crunch numbers
  • Advanced use of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Projects and Power BI)
  • Customer relationship management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; strong analytical skills.
  • Risk awareness, passion for excellence and attention to detail
  • Knowledge of CBN’s policies and the business environment
  • Social Media and Tech Savvy.

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Job Title: Currency Trader

Location: Nigeria

Responsibilities

  • Monitor global currency markets for price movements.
  • Monitor and analyse developments in the external environment and their implications on third currencies to facilitate trading decisions.
  • Evaluate technical analysis (charts) to identify trading opportunities.
  • Ensure compliance with approved trade size and daily acceptable loss limits.
  • Seal and cover trades at competitive prices for African subsidiaries, local banks and internal customers (Treasury Sales).
  • Reconcile trades booked with platform blotter to ensure accuracy of information captured.
  • Build and Maintain Relationships
  • Build trust relationship with African subsidiaries, local banks and internal customers (Treasury Sales).
  • Generate Daily Settlement for back-office (Treasury Ops FCY) by end of day for settlement
  • Daily generation of trade blotter for submission to Market Risk/Internal Control/ Finance.

Preferred Competencies:

  • Prepare EOM blotter and income statement for signoff by the Group Treasurer, Internal Control and Performance Management.
  • Conduct market intelligence into third currencies activities and provide market commentary and views for the Treasury newsletter .
  • Manage relationships in accordance with policies, procedures and legal requirements.
  • Review Master Agreements with foreign and local banks for adequacy of content.
  • Liaise with other market participants; and implement market development initiatives.

Report Generation:

  • Generate reports for relevant stakeholders
  • Generate Daily Settlement for Liquidity Management by end of day for funding

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Job Title: Head – Subsidiary Governance

Location: Nigeria

Responsibilities

  • Monitor the activities of Company Secretaries in the various Anglophone Subsidiaries.
  • Maintain appropriate enterprise-wide Subsidiary governance policies.
  • Promote best practices of corporate governance in the Anglophone subsidiaries.
  • Take custodianship of corporate governance portfolio for the various subsidiaries.
  • Provide support to Directors of subsidiaries on governance issues.
  • Prepare and administer the corporate calendar for the Anglophone subsidiaries.
  • Standardize board packs and reporting formats for the Anglophone subsidiaries.
  • Ensure the integration of subsidiaries added through acquisitions.
  • Assist with implementation of structured changes & initiatives affecting the subsidiaries.
  • Promote accountability of all Board Members and Management across the Group to Shareholders through improved transparency and disclosure
  • Create a center of excellence for Subsidiary Governance.
  • to Market Risk/Internal Control/ Finance.

Required Knowledge and skills

  • Broad knowledge of banking industry products and services
  • In-depth knowledge of organizational structure and corporate governance best practices.
  • Knowledge of International law
  • Project management knowledge,
  • Strong interpersonal relationship and human capital management skills
  • Excellent communication and interviewing skill
  • Attention to details
  • Bi-lingual i.e. speaks fluent English plus any other African official language.

Remuneration & Benefits
Your pay is negotiable. We offer an attractive benefits package that is highly competitive.

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