Market Risk

Posted 22 December 2022
Salary HKD 600-800K
LocationHong Kong
Job type Permanent
Discipline Renewable Energy & Infrastructure
Contact NameVivienne Zhang

Job description

Our clients

Our client is one of the famous financial group list in HK. They are looking for the Market Risk-AVP/VP to join their team.


The Responsibilities of the Role

  • Set up and implement proper market risk limitations for portfolios held by the company, including FICC, equity, etc.

  • Perform day-to-day risk management of FICC, equity, analyse large P/L events, VaR movement, ensure limits are well monitored and properly reported, identify material risks and propose risk mitigations.

  • Create and produce/automate risk monitoring reports (daily, monthly) with a number of risk management measures including performance and attribution analysis, concentration analysis, etc. on regular basis.

  • Liaise regularly with Front Office trading in the implementation of risk controls and ensure that issues identified (limit breach, incomplete or inadequate risk monitoring, system problems) are addressed in timely manner.

  • Set up entry standards for equity and bond investment and conduct pre-investment check.

  • Creating risk alerts for the names held by the company and producing risk reports for major negative events and performing credit spread analysis.

  • Reviewing ISDA/GMRA/GMSLA terms, and monitoring counterparty risk and liquidity risk in repo, TRS transactions.


  • Bachelor’s degree or above from a prestigious university with minimum 3 years working experience in market risk function in a security house, bank or other relevant financial institution.

  • Solid excel skill is a must, with basic VBA macro skills; other IT skills e.g., SQL and database, preferred.

  • Quantitative background in Science/Mathematics/Financial Engineering/Risk Management, FRM/CFA is a plus.

  • A solid understanding of market risk parameters and product knowledge (e.g., FICC/structured product)

  • Good written and communication skills in Mandarin is a must.