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Ghana’s Banking Sector aims to pursue sound monetary and financial policies aimed at price stability and create an enabling environment for sustainable economic growth. The currency used in Ghana is the Ghana cedi.

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Reference No. CDTSR-BSU-001

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: CDTSR-BSU-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, the Senior Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Generate business through marketing activities and increasing the visibility of ATIDI. This involves meeting one-on-one with clients and prospects and attending different marketing events organized by ATIDI or ATIDI’s business partners;
  2. Assist to organize/manage awareness events in countries of responsibility;
  3. Support underwriting business through:
  • Screening business enquiries based on eligibility criteria;
  • Assessing the risks of the proposed transactions and produce a report of the risk to convince approvers to accept the risk;
  • Issuing non-binding/indicative term sheets;
  • Arranging reinsurance for transactions requiring reinsurance support;
  • Preparing of policy documents; and
  • Educating policy holders on the A-Z of the policy they are about to sign.
  1. Manage and monitor the underwritten risk - Support and guide the Principal Portfolio Services Officer in:
  • Ensuring timely payment of premiums;
  • Following up on any outstanding documentation/information from policyholders; and
  • Continuously monitoring the assigned portfolio, pre-empting any potential risk events thereon, and promptly bringing such to Management’s attention.
  1. Support generation of reports such as Underwriting reports, Broker reports, Marketing reports, Mission/back to office reports, Underwriting Department country marketing plan and activity reports, Policy wordings and any other Management reports;
  2. Assist the Claims Department to manage claims particularly risks under Watch list, and support on recovery initiatives;
  3. Implement effective people management initiatives including:
  • Monitoring workflow, volume of work deliverables and the delivery of work of direct reports;
  • Assisting team members in outlining their professional development goals and identifying any need for and monitoring “on the job training”; mentoring and coaching team members;
  • Ensuring the efficient and fair assignment of work to direct reports; and
  • Providing ongoing informal and formal feedback to direct reports and ensuring direct reports who are primary supervisors provide similar feedback to those they supervise.
  1. Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of Eight (8) years relevant experience;
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • A proven track record of success underwriting complex transactions or providing sector specific underwriting skills; 
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Strong people management skills;
  • Bilingual abilities (English and French) will be a competitive advantage; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-Year Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Cotonou, Benin
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

 

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Job Reference: CDTSR-BSU-001

Reference No. CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

 

 

 

 

 

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by ATIDI based in Nairobi, Kenya to recruit for this position. For more information on ATIDI please visit their website www.atidi.africa. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

 

Reference Number: CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

 

Nature and Scope:

Under the supervision of, and reporting to the Chief Underwriting Officer, through the Senior Underwriter, the Bilingual Underwriter’s key duties and responsibilities will be as below:

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Support in generating business through marketing activities and increasing the visibility of ATIDI. This involves meeting one-on-one with clients and prospects and attending different marketing events organised by ATIDI or ATIDI’s business partners;
  2. Assist to organise/manage awareness events in countries of responsibility;
  3. Support underwriting business through:
  • Screening business enquiries based on eligibility criteria;
  • Assess the risks of the proposed transactions and produce a report of the risk to convince approvers to accept the risk;
  • Issue non-binding/indicative term sheets;
  • Arrange reinsurance for transactions requiring reinsurance support;
  • Preparation of policy documents; and
  • Educating policy holders on the A-Z of the policy they are about to sign.
  1. Assist in managing and monitoring the underwritten risk - Support and guide the Principal Portfolio Services Officer in:
  • Ensuring timely payment of premiums;
  • Following up on any outstanding documentation/information from policyholder; and
  • Continuously monitoring the assigned portfolio, pre-empting any potential risk events thereon, and promptly bringing such to management’s attention.
  1. Support generation of reports such Underwriting reports, Broker reports, Marketing reports, Mission/back to office reports, country marketing plan and activity reports, Policy wordings;
  2. Update and monitor the Watch list; and
  3. Perform other duties as may be assigned to you from time to time.

 

Role Specifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA), Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Banking or other financial service specialization;
  • CII or CPA/ACCA (an added advantage);
  • A minimum of five (5) years relevant experience;
  • Technical understanding, expertise and experience in finance, investment or corporate banking, sovereign operations/financing, trade finance, insurance, guarantees or reinsurance;
  • A proven track record of success underwriting complex transactions or providing sector specific underwriting skills; 
  • Key Stakeholders management skills;
  • Demonstrate ability to initiate ideas for product development;
  • Team leadership skills;
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of policy wordings;
  • Strong analytical skills with a high level of accuracy and attention to details;
  • Excellent negotiation skills;
  • Good judgement and decision-making skills;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet urgent deadlines;
  • Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation) and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
  • Strong people management skills;
  • Bilingual abilities (English and French) will be a competitive advantage; and
  • Demonstrate ATIDI’s core values - unity of purpose, customer first approach, integrity, getting it first the right time and creativity.

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3-Year Contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Only qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

The closing date for application is 25 March 2024 at Midnight Nairobi time.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to atidi-recruitment@caglobalint.com  

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

CA Global Finance

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTSR-UDWR-IVC-001

Reference No. CDTBLACORM

Job Description:

Our development banking client is currently recruiting an Associate Credit and Operational Risk Management. The incumbent will ensure that the organizations Enterprise-Wide Risk Management Framework (EWRMF) is effectively embedded in each of the key risk areas of credit, market, operational risk and asset and liability management, with a special focus on credit risk analysis, obligor performance, credit risk processes, monitoring and MIS support. They will perform the operational risk function, ensuring adherence to approved operational risk management processes, procedures and reporting, and the use of risk and control self-assessment and key risk indicator measurements.

 

Responsibilities:

  • In line with the company’s EWRMF, implement a credit risk management policy that supports the company’s specific business objectives, and which covers credit risk analysis, credit risk assessment processes, monitoring, obligor rating and MIS/ reporting requirements.
  • Prepare quarterly and annual risk assessment reports to the Board Risk & Investment Committee (BRIC) concerning performance of obligors and equity investments and to provide early warning of a material deterioration in the risk profile of the loan or investment.
  • Ensure that all conditions precedent to drawdown (debt) or disbursement (equity) have been adhered to, in collaboration with Legal & Corporate Secretariat.
  • Ensure that transaction covenants are adhered to, interest rates are effectively applied, fees are collected, and client obligations are honoured in a timely manner.
  • Maintain client files on data base including copies of approvals, legal documentation, security, facility agreements, shareholders’ agreements, etc.
  • Ensure that credit risk management policy, processes and procedures are adhered to and flag breaches.
  • Prepare annual review of Credit Risk Management Policy, for consideration by Executive Management (EXCO) and BRIC.
  • Ensure that credit risk management reports are produced in a timely fashion and assist in the preparation of board committee reports. Work with Market Risk Manager concerning transaction risk dashboard, portfolio risk dashboard and daily risk reports.
  • Prepare annual review of Operational Risk Management Policy for consideration by EXCO and BRIC.
  • Enhance the credit risk management function in specific areas including the internal use of project and transaction risk rating models, RAROC measurement, portfolio management and portfolio management reporting and the recovery of impaired or non-performing assets.
  • Perform operational risk function particularly as regards ensuring adherence to approved operational risk management processes, procedures and reporting, and the use of risk and control self-assessment and key risk indicator measurements.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief Risk Officer.

 

Dimensions:

  • Process compliance monitoring
  • Interface management with key players in the corporation
  • Source of credit risk expertise
  • Contributions to Board meetings and Reports to CRO.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • In depth knowledge of key elements of enterprise-wide risk management framework, particularly in respect of credit risk analysis but also operational risk management, processes and procedures and risk management best practice.
  • Familiarity with project finance, corporate lending, lending to financial institutions and private equity funds.
  • Understanding of due diligence requirements in transactions including technical, legal and financial
  • Financial modelling include cashflow modelling, financial analysis, and determine debt bearing capacity.
  • Portfolio management skills, with emphasis on asset portfolio management and treasury portfolio management.
  • Knowledge and hands-on experience of working in emerging markets, particularly the African continent, and to work effectively in, a multi-cultural business environment.
  • Ability to assign credit rating for transactions and annual validation of rating models.
  • Computer literate with respect to Microsoft applications (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), functional competency in at least 1 programming language, and database query.
  • Experience in using big data to automate and standardise the credit risk scoring and investment approval process.
  • Experience in system implementation of risk management systems, with demonstrable ability to communicate system requirements and design inputs.
  • Ability to contribute to credit risk metrics of ICAAP and IFRS9 reporting.
  • Maintaining Credit Valuation Adjustment models for derivative hedges.
  • Experience in pricing portfolio insurance and non-payment single name insurance.
  • Teamwork and Relationships: Works with others to maximise the effectiveness of the team as a whole, sharing the knowledge and workload. Develops strong working relationships with colleagues and contributes to the creation of a positive team environment.

 

Key Performance Indicators

  • Minimisation of losses caused through the company’s exposure to credit risk through effective credit risk management and use of risk mitigates.
  • Minimisation of losses caused through impairment of equity investment through effective portfolio management and use of risk mitigates.
  • The company’s management of credit risk adheres to international best practice, as defined by rating agencies, and ensures that the company obtains and maintains desired credit rating.
  • Maintain integrity of the risk management function.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • A good honours degree (BA/BSc).
  • In addition, an MBA or MA/MSc or equivalent post-graduate degree is critical.
  • At least 3 - 5 years working experience in financial institutions (Underwriting non-payment insurance, investment bank, commercial bank or development bank).

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 Year renewable employment contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nigeria, Lagos.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

Closing Date: Thursday 8th of February 2024

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Chalden Du Toit at cdutoit@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Chalden Du Toit

cdutoit@caglobalint.com

Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTBLACORM

Reference No. AMCE02

Reference Number: AMCE02

Job Description:

We have an exciting opportunity for a Program Manager for our client in the Banking sector. With over 10 million active customer accounts and more than 750 business locations, our client provides a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services to customers and investors wishing to explore the vast business opportunities available in Nigeria and their business locations across Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia. The Program Manager will report to the Group Head, Corporate Transformation/Chief Transformation Officer and will oversee major strategic programs at the bank, managing interconnected projects within Corporate Transformation aligned with key pillars. As a Subject Matter Expert, He/She will guide business strategies, ensure project success, and supervise team members for timely and quality delivery.

Responsibilities:

  • Define program/project scope, goals and deliverables of assigned strategic initiatives of FirstBank in collaboration with all stakeholders.
  • Lead and deliver large, complex internal & external engagements that identify, design, and implement creative business and technology solutions for the Bank.
  • Clearly define quantifiable program benefits and ensure a benefits realization plan for the program.
  • Estimate the resources (human, financial and technical) needed to achieve project goals.
  • Prepare budget proposals, obtain approvals and recommend subsequent budget changes where necessary.
  • Effectively and efficiently manage resources tied to the various projects.
  • Ensure that required approvals are obtained and that adequate documentation is maintained for all program/project expenditures.
  • Develop a holistic Business Readiness and Change Management plan to disseminate information to all stakeholders and the public throughout the program/project life cycle.
  • Effectively communicate project expectations to all stakeholders in a timely and clear fashion.
  • Manage multiple work streams on assigned projects to deliver expected quality within milestones and on budget, including the achievement of the benefits realization plan.
  • Supervise the activities of the Team Leads, Senior Associates, and Associates or other project team members and enabler teams working on assigned projects.
  • Proactively manage changes in project scope, identify potential crisis/risks, and devise contingency plans to provide solutions and take corrective action.
  • Conduct project postmortems reviews and make recommendations (Report) to identify successful and unsuccessful project elements.
  • Drive insight-infused discussions to enable Project sponsors to best develop and execute against their overall strategy.
  • Apply an in-depth knowledge of organizational structures, operating models, and processes to analyze, assess and improve Project sponsor’s business and project requirements.
  • Identify and solve problems objectively using analysis, experience and judgment Identify and transform. opportunities into solutions that drive business value for our internal FirstBank clients.
  • Develop presentations, reports and provide briefings on projects to Management.
  • Leverage cross-geography insights and practitioners to enhance internal FirstBank internal client service delivery.
  • Incorporate financial information when evaluating business opportunities and making recommendations.
  • Participate in the development and presentation of proposals for business development activities.
  • Develop relationships, establish credibility with and instill confidence in internal clients.
  • Articulate how technology enables and differentiates the business and communicate this effectively to Project sponsors and other internal customers.

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Minimum bachelor’s degree, with a minimum grade of 2.2.
  • Project Management certification will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum of ten years relevant working experience, covering a range of functional areas.
  • Experience with managing transformation, change management or other strategic projects.
  • Experience with Program Management or Project Management Office desirable.
  • Supervisory experience.

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • Full time position

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Abigail Moleka at amoleka@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Abigail Moleka
Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: AMCE02

Reference No. SFBLR36

Africa Finance Corporate (AFC) is a pan-African multilateral organization focused on bridging the infrastructure deficits on the continent. AFC is a leading infrastructure & industrial solution provider enabling economic prosperity for the continent. They are champions for the African continent, driven to succeed, dedicated to facilitating instrumental infrastructure for transformative impact and elevating Africa’s role as a growth engine in a changing world.

CA Global Headhunters has been mandated by the Africa Finance Corporation to recruit for this position. For more information on the AFC please visit their website https://www.africafc.org/ . Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

Reference Number: SFBLR36

Job Description:

The AFC is now seeking an accomplished professional to lead their Corporate Communications. This pivotal role involves orchestrating the enhancement of their corporation's reputation, brand identity, and image while aligning with their strategic objectives. As Director Corporate Communications and Marketing, you will provide strategic guidance for decisions impacting their reputation, drive initiatives to showcase their impact, and foster relationships with stakeholders across various domains, including African governments, leaders, civil society and the youth, regional and international private investors, and foundations, as well as other development financial organizations and the global public sector. The role reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and reinforce the Corporation's reputation, brand, and image in alignment with our strategic direction.
  • Formulate the Corporation’s communications strategy in close collaboration with the leadership to ensure it aligns with broader corporate strategy and business objectives.
  • Advise on decisions with potential reputation and brand implications.
  • Strengthen the link between their corporate reputation and financial success, project impacts, and social developments.
  • Create and execute a comprehensive social media strategy to spotlight their projects, growth, and developmental impact across Africa.
  • Supervise industry-specific PR campaigns and social media initiatives on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, their corporate website, and other media outlets.
  • Manage communication risks and opportunities, cultivating 'earned' media through operational activities and relationship management.
  • Serve as the main point of contact between the corporation, media, stakeholders, investor community and the business community.
  • Lead engagement and advocacy efforts by building and maintaining connections with relevant governmental, academic, and business stakeholders.
  • Elevate the visibility of the organization and investee companies through engaging initiatives and stakeholder interactions.
  • Direct creative direction for brand marketing, including technical writing, strategy, advertising, research, and promotions.
  • Contribute to revenue generation through select marketing activities.
  • Oversee all the Corporation’s external communications and marketing policies and guidelines, ensuring they remain current.
  • Flesh out well-structured draft speech/statements reflecting the President and CEO’s message.
  • Creating, editing, and revising various forms of communication products, including but not limited to correspondence and technical documentation such as speeches, factsheets, talking points, opinions, prefaces, forewords, web articles and social media texts in a consistent and coherent manner across various communication platforms.
  • Conducting research, including material produced by the Corporation and other relevant organizations, in consultation with substantive units and relevant staff in the of the President & CEO’s.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, Economics, Journalism, or a related field. A master's degree or professional qualifications such as Chartered Institute of Marketing/Chartered Marketer are advantageous.
  • A minimum of 20 years of relevant experience in roles encompassing communications, reputation management, and brand strategy.
  • Experience in leading organizational reputation and brand transformations.
  • Strong grasp of media and public relations strategies.
  • Robust understanding, interest, and ideally experience working within the African context.
  • Proficiency in understanding economic, financial, and industry dynamics.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, communication, and negotiation skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities coupled with innovative problem-solving.
  • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills. Strong sense of responsibility and accountability, supported by a history of reliability.
  • Ideally a proven c-suite leader who has developed and executed corporate pr & communications / brand strategy but preferably also has actual business (P&L) experience.
  • Background in Investment banking or asset management. With actual sales & marketing work experience, having raised funds globally and understand global capital markets.
  • Investor relations experience with Africa origination experience and proven background with African governments and private sector.
  • A track record in thought leadership, public speaking, and stakeholder management. A strategic Mindset and team player with connections and profile in global leadership circles.
  • Appreciates the role of PR & Comm as a provider of ‘air cover’ and making the organization be seen as a ‘living, feeling, and caring ‘organization that is serious about its mandate.
  • Ability to tune product strategies and bottom-line targets to blend in with brand promise and public commitments made to show a consistent and competent company.
  • Key Performance Indicators:
    • Drive AFC positioning as Africa’s “go-to” infrastructure solutions provider.
    • Address AFC's visibility challenges both in Africa and globally, ensuring recognition among pivotal stakeholders: investors in key markets (in Africa and globally), African governments and Central banks, Africa's youth, and other stakeholders crucial to achieving the Corporation’s objectives.
    • Ensure a consistent, high-quality flow of communication concerning AFC's deals, projects, and initiatives.
    • Elevate the Corporation’s perception in the market.
    • Present their projects and impact within the context of their vision for Africa.
    • Amplify engagement with pertinent global and regional financial media and institutional stakeholders.
    • Deliver information and annual reports punctually.
    • Manage adverse media against the Corporation and its investee companies.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Scott Fraser at sfraser@caglobalint.com

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

Scott Fraser

Recruitment Manager | Africa & Global

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Job Category308980

Job Reference: SFBLR36

Reference No. SRBR-ASI-001

Job Description:

Our banking client is currently recruiting an Associate OR Senior Associate, Investment for their Fund Investment division, reporting to the Head of Investment.   The candidate will be expected to support the business in originating, executing & monitoring transactions in relation to capital expansion plans and trade finance for sovereigns & sub-sovereigns, and medium-to-large corporate companies across Africa, with the goal of delivering bespoke credit solutions to clients whilst minimising credit losses. The individual should be bilingual (French/English) and should have experience in analysing corporate balance sheets and in executing corporate and trade finance transactions.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support origination and management of new clients and opportunities across Africa.
  • Pitch, structure, negotiate, market, execute and close transactions.
  • Assist in client coverage and management of key accounts.
  • Support management of transaction processes from origination to closing, including engagement with legal and financial advisors in the analysis for such transactions.
  • Work with other team members in Investments and colleagues across the organization to process the administration of each transaction as it goes through the approval process.
  • Build/Develop/Review and investigate key aspects of financial models (including financial analysis, pricing, valuation, and other business decision making models) to evaluate the financial viability of transactions.
  • Support executing tasks encompassing technical review of all projects (infrastructure related) projects.
  • Develop presentations and proposals (including “pitch books”) to new and existing clients.
  • Prepare transactions documents (engagement letters, proposals, presentations, Information Memorandums, term sheets, valuations etc.) for transactions being contemplated by the bank
  • Undertake transaction related research and analysis on prospective clients and companies to identify financial trends and issues as well as provide a sound basis for investment decisions
  • Conduct financial analysis and risk assessment on project proposals, including developing and interpreting financial models and financial statements.
  • Participate in deal meetings and assist in maintaining client relationships
  • Conduct due diligence on prospective clients

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

Education

  • A first degree from a recognised university.
  • Strong mathematical aptitude. CFA/Accounting/other related qualification is an added advantage.
  • Relevant advanced degree e.g. Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field of study, will be advantageous.

 

Experience

  • 6 to 8 years professional experience preferably in related investment banking – deal origination and execution.
  • Proficient in transaction modelling and understanding of transaction structures.
  • Excellent self-management skills.
  • Bilingual (oral, reading, writing): English & French is mandatory
  • Highly proficient in the development of Microsoft Excel financial models and analysis as well as development and review of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for marketing purposes (pitchbooks).
  • A good understanding of the technical and financial aspects related to the review of sovereigns & corporates seeking term and trade finance.
  • Ability to respond to issues associated with risk assessment of investments and drive transactions through the investment approval process
  • Ability to write credit and investment memoranda.
  • Ability to negotiate Term Sheets and participate in negotiations of facility and investment agreements
  • Strong quantitative analysis and problem solving skills.
  • Well developed communication and business writing skills, power of persuasion as well as the ability to interface directly and effectively with senior officers of wide range of potential clients
  • Effective time management skills and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving environment
  • Excellent project management skills.
  • Experience with transactions involving the use of the following:
    • guarantees and instruments for tenor elongation.
    • political risk insurance, export credits, etc.
    • complex structures such as credit linked notes and asset/commodity backed loans, etc.

Language

  • Solid communication and writing skills.
  • Fluency in writing and speaking English and French is mandatory.

Others

  • Willingness to travel “out-of-station” with minimal prior notice
  • Team player with the potential to take the lead on transactions

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 Year renewable employment contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nigeria, Lagos.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Recruitment Manager – Banking, Finance, Legal and Insurance

CA Finance

 

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: SRBR-ASI-001

Reference No. NKSR-AESRM-001

Job Description:

Our client is seeking to strengthen its team through the recruitment of an Environmental and Social Risk Officer to support their rapidly growing portfolio, consistent with its vision of becoming the leading development infrastructure financier on the continent. On the basis of our clients Environmental and Social Risk Management Policy, they aim to establish a leadership position in the African development community on the application of environment, social and governance practices in the private sector.

Responsibilities:

  • E&S Review and appraisal of new investment proposals (debt and equity) for the clients consideration, including the identification of potential environmental and social impacts, risks and issues as early in the project cycle as possible, develop recommendations for client actions and draft relevant project processing documentation. The E&S appraisal will include site visits.
  • Ensure that appropriate environmental representations, warranties and covenants are incorporated in each loan or investment agreement.
  • Work with clients to define steps (often in the form of E&S Action Plan) required to meet the requirements of IFC’s Performance Standards, The Equator Principles, African Development Bank Integrated Safeguards System, the World Bank Group’s Environmental, Health and Safety Guidelines, and relevant country E&S regulation.
  • Oversee the environmental and social performance of specific allocated projects and assist the clients in improving their E&S performance, when necessary. Actively work with Transaction Teams or Portfolio Management to ensure the effective monitoring of obligor environmental and social risk performance, carry out regulator site visits, directly with the client and/or in collaboration with the Transaction Teams or Portfolio Management and flag any breaches.
  • Identify opportunities for adding value in an investment project structure related to environmental and social opportunities above and beyond risk management, if and when appropriate.
  • Assist in the identification of and due diligence on "green" investments with a view to facilitating the growth of green investments that might qualify for GCF funds.
  • Serve as an advocate on E&S matters within and outside the client and contribute to institutional knowledge base by analyzing and disseminating lessons learned and best practice from specific company investments and disseminating them within the institution.
  • Carry out corporation wide environmental and social risk management training, particularly as regards the Business originators.
  • Periodically review and continuously ensure that the clients Environmental and Social Risk Management Policy and the Developmental Impact Policy is fully and appropriately implemented and flag any breaches.
  • Maintain and update the clients E&S management system and E&S tools relating to its investments.
  • Coordinate the measurement and reporting of the development impact of the clients investments.
  • Work on the development/continuous improvement of E&S tools, checklists and guidelines to improve efficiency of project processing and enable improved client management of environmental and social issues.
  • Where required, work with independent environmental and social consultants hired by the client and/or co-lenders.
  • Actively work with other risk management areas (credit, market, operational, etc.), under the supervision of the Chief Risk Officer, in order to ensure that environmental and social risk management is effectively integrated into the clients EWRMF.
  • Work with the Chief Risk Officer regularly and periodically to review the overall E&S risks of the clients entire portfolio.
  • Work with the Chief Risk Officer in the preparation of environmental and social risk management monitoring reports.
  • Represent the client at technical meetings, industry events and environmental and social fora.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief Risk Officer.
  • Reports to Chief Risk Officer.
  • Actively work with the Transaction Teams and Portfolio Management
  • Interface with different parts of the organization involved in the end-to-end investment management process

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Graduate degree in relevant discipline (environmental, social sciences, sustainable development, engineering and related). A combination of E&S and engineering training and skillsets would be a differentiator.
  • 5-8yrs practical experience in environmental and/or social management and assessment; experience in sectors such as infrastructure, heavy industry, oil and gas, and/or mining required; experience in working with financial institutions a plus.
  • Experience and familiarity with the IFC Performance Standards, the Equator Principles, African Development Bank Integrated Safeguards System, World Bank Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Guidelines. Alternatively, experience and familiarity with the ILO Core Labour Standards, will be an advantage.
  • Strong analytical skills, ability to think strategically, analyse diverse information and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly and confidently, articulate issues and recommend solutions.
  • Excellent verbal and written English language skills. Knowledge of French is a plus.
  • Knowledge and working experience in emerging markets, particularly in the African continent and ability to travel frequently in the region required.
  • High level of work and ethical standards and a demonstrated ability to handle procedures that involve highly sensitive and confidential information.
  • Excellent organizational skills, ability to prioritize assignments, and work effectively often under time pressure and with minimum supervision.
  • Demonstrated maturity and judgment and sound decision-making and negotiating skill.
  • Good team player who can work as a member of multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Nicole Koenig at nkoenig@caglobalint.com

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Nicole Koenig

Recruitment Consultant    

CA Global Finance

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Job Reference: NKSR-AESRM-001

Reference No. SRBLR-SAFAS-00123

Job Description:

Our banking client is currently recruiting an Senior Associate, Financial Advisory Services for their Financial Advisory division.  The role holder will provide appropriate support in driving the identification/origination, evaluation and execution of financial advisory mandates and ensuring the sustained profitability of the Advisory business unit.

 

Responsibilities:

Strategy Development and Business Plan Implementation

  • Support the development of strategy and goals for the Financial Advisory unit in conjunction with the Head, Financial Advisory
  • Provide support in collaborating with the Investment Division as it develops and executes the companies origination strategy, including the ability to leverage Advisory work to drive new business for the Corporation.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of a detailed business plan for the financial advisory business, with a view to delivering set targets.

 

Mandate Origination

  • Work closely with colleagues from other departments within the corporation to actively seek financial advisory and arranging mandates for the business.
  • Provide appropriate support in identifying and winning new advisory opportunities in diverse geographies within Africa and across the Corporation’s core sectors.

 

Mandate Execution

  • Participate and demonstrate ownership in the financial advisory process from prospecting through to due diligence, execution and closure.
  • Provide appropriate advice for deal structuring and ensure successful execution of assigned financial advisory mandates.
  • Provide appropriate support to coordinate the development/standardization, documentation and implementation of world-class financial advisory processes.
  • Prepare complex financial models and comprehensive Investment memorandums

 

Administration

  • Assist with the development and execution of world class financial advisory processes.
  • Assist with the development and update of standard documentation/ templates such as contracts, financial advisory Identification Memo; Standard Mandate Letter, financial advisory reports and models, etc.
  • Participate in the Investment Committee process and contribute specialist knowledge in all phases of the Investment product development and management cycle.

 

People Management

  • Develop and mentor younger colleagues in the Financial Services division as well as provide assistance in the identification of training requirements.
  • Build and maintain relationships with clients and other key stakeholders.

 

Research & Market Intelligence

  • Keep abreast of external and internal trends/developments relevant to financial advisory and apply knowledge of such trends/ developments appropriately.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

Education

  • Relevant advanced degree e.g. Masters Degree in Business Administration, Finance, or a related field.
  • Relevant certifications related to finance and/ or project management

 

Experience

  • 8-10 years’ experience in financial advisory role is mandatory.
  • Proven track record in successfully closing at least six (6) financialadvisory mandates, especially across the African Market.
  • Relevant experience and understanding of infrastructure development issues and infrastructure financing with emphasis on the companies core sectors
  • Operational experience relating to Infrastructure related financial advisory will be an added advantage.

 

Language

  • Fluency in writing and speaking English is mandatory
  • French, and/or Spanish and Portuguese would be desirable

 

Others

  • Willingness to travel “out-of-station” with minimal prior notice

 

Requisite Competencies

  • Excellent relationship management skills
  • Strong business relationships and networks across Africa
  • Strong project management skills
  • Excellent knowledge of Accounting/ financial analysis
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Excellent financial modelling and valuation skills
  • In-depth knowledge of financial advisory and investment structuring
  • Superior business communication skills
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Ability to work effectively with cross-functional teams

 

Key Performance Indicators

  • Number of Advisory mandates obtained and successfully executed
  • US$ revenue target realised from transactions/mandates executed
  • Profit and loss earned for the Corporation
  • Cross sell opportunities

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 Year renewable employment contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nigeria, Lagos.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

Closing Date: Thursday 19th of October 2023

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

srabsch@caglobalint.com

Recruitment Manager

CA Finance – Legal, Banking and Insurance

 

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Job Reference: SRBLR-SAFAS-00123

Reference No. LC01

Non-executive Directors ( Decision-making / Reviewing / Risk Management) – Accra, Ghana

Reference Number: LC01

Job Description:

A client of ours is looking for a Non-executive Director. Directors need to be aware that they are personally subject to statutory duties in their capacity as directors of a company. In addition, the company as a separate legal entity is subject to statutory controls and the directors are responsible for ensuring that the company complies with such statutory controls. The Companies Act codified certain common law and equitable duties of directors for the first time. The act sets out the general duties of directors, which are:

  • To act within powers in accordance with the company’s constitution and to use those powers only for the purposes for which they were conferred.
  • To promote the success of the company for the benefit of its members.
  • To exercise independent and impartial judgement.
  • To exercise reasonable care, skill, and diligence.
  • To avoid conflicts of interest.
  • Not to accept benefits from third parties.
  • To declare an interest in a proposed transaction or arrangement.

Responsibilities shall include:

Non-executive directors should:

  • Bring a genuinely independent and external perspective to stimulate board debate and enhance decision-making.
  • Provide value-added input to strategy and strategic development.
  • Act in the best interests of the company as a whole.

NEDs should also assist in carrying out the duties of the board, such as:

  • Reviewing, approving and ongoing monitoring of the strategic plan.
  • Checking organizational capability concerning stated objectives.
  • Reviewing financial performance against targets.
  • Raising capital.
  • Reviewing any significant changes in the company, such as financial or administrative structures.
  • Providing advice on significant investments or divestments.
  • Monitoring legal, ethical, risk and environmental compliance (ESG).
  • Appointing senior management.

Non-executive directors: must also:

  • Act as a catalyst for change and challenge the status quo when appropriate.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards, probity, and integrity of the company.
  • Help the executive team manage risk.
  • Play a lead role in board committees.
  • Play an active role in helping the CEO manage their executive team, including new appointments.
  • Have specific and relevant training for the role.
  • Non-executive directors are expected to focus on board matters and not stray into ‘executive direction’ thus providing an independent view of the company that is removed from the day-to-day running.
  • Have broad experience in the field of banking combined with specialized knowledge in a specific field (e.g., and/or IT / Legal / Finance / Banking / Risk/ ESG / Executive Management / FinTech).

Qualifications & skills required:

  • Strategic Thinking.
  • Effective Communication.
  • Good Decision Making.
  • Leadership.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Linda Carstens at licarstens@caglobalint.com

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Linda Carstens

Recruitment Consultant

CA Global Finance

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Job Reference: LC01

Reference No. JABLR007

CA Global Headhunters has been retained by the Afreximbank based in Cairo, Egypt to recruit for this position. For more information on the Afreximbank please visit their website www.afreximbank.com.  Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.

Reference Number: JABLR007

Nature & Scope

  • Advise the Bank on laws and regulations of countries in the region of activity and ensure that bank’s activities, agreement with local customers, products, are aligned with local regulatory requirements.
  • Ensure that compliance processes are embedded into the commercial approach.
  • Participate to the roll out of the Group Compliance Monitoring Plan, adapt it to local legal and regulatory requirements, perform reviews then report to Head Office
  • Advise the business in terms of Compliance best practices.
  • Become the MRLO and liaise with local authorities in charge of the fight against Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing.
  • Ensure Staff ML/CFT education
  • Prevent unethical, illegal, or improper conduct in the Bank.
  • Responsible for establishing standards and implementing procedures to ensure that compliance programs throughout the division are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting, and correcting noncompliance with applicable rules and regulations.

Responsibilities: 

  • Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing (AML/CTF):
    • Identified as the key stakeholder of the COMP Department in the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing through embedding a compliance culture across the Bank and ensuring that the Bank’s infrastructure is not willfully compromised to facilitate proceeds of crime or funding of terrorism activities.
    • Ensure that the Bank’s standards related to anti-money laundering policies, and practices are effectively implemented and followed by all of staff.  Perform assessments for compliance with internal policies and procedures on anti-money laundering.
    • Monitor AML/CFT and fraud trends, intelligence, typologies, and regulatory developments; and make recommendations to implement or improve transaction controls and/or monitoring programs accordingly.
    • Regularly perform checks to ensure that the controls in place are adequate to mitigate the Bank against money laundering risks.
    • Participate in the design, execution, and management and the Bank’s compliance framework.
    • Assess compliance with AML/CTF regulations of countries where the Bank’s programs distributed, and proactively identify and evaluate potential and emerging risks that may require program enhancement
    • Interact with senior management in compliance, legal, risk, and business units concerning AML/CTF issues and compliance processes.
    • Collaborate with enterprise-level and business units to ensure successful program execution. Serve as trusted advisor, subject matter expert, and partner to business units throughout the organization
    • Design, execute, and manage internal reviews based upon review objectives, risks, and regulatory requirements.
    • Manage the Bank’s AML/CTF monitoring and assessment system and provide Management and Board an overview of the ML/FT and Sanctions risks the bank is facing and the related mitigating actions.
    • Manage Bank’s AML/CTF system improvement project under the supervision of the Director Compliance
    • Manage internal reviews across different products, services, and entities. Ensure regular review of the product.
    • Centralise interaction and communication with country FIUs.
    • Design and manage the Global Anti-Money Laundering Questionnaires and Supplement Guides.
    • Be a stakeholder on product risk assessments, new business initiatives.
    • Assess the impact to business units of meeting compliance requirements and help them optimize for business results and lead initiatives to streamline and simplify processes
    • Assess and manage AML/CTF risks linked to new project lifecycle and work with key stakeholders to deliver risk mitigation plans and strategy as needed
    • Coordinate the AML/CTF training program (to staff, Management and Board) of the Bank and ensure updates based upon changes in risks associated with products, regulations, laws, risk appetite, etc.
  • Managing Financial Crime Compliance:
    • Wo Review all CDD (Customer Due Diligence) reports provided by the CDD Analyst and check for completeness and probe for further information as is required.
    • Coordinate the collection of management information and statistics as required for Customer Due Diligence reporting.
    • Coordinate the follow-up of recommended actions identified during CDD Analysis and monitoring.
    • Regularly perform checks to ensure that the controls in place are adequate to mitigate the Bank against Financial Crime risks.
    • Participate on managing the Bank’s compliance monitoring platform (sanction screening, risk ranking and transactions monitoring).
  • Financial Crime Intelligence
    • Perform analysis of Global and regional trends regarding money laundering, terrorist financing and other illicit cross boarder financial crimes and make recommendations to implement or improve transaction controls and/or monitoring programmed accordingly.
    • Provide input and support the Head of Compliance in producing reports to Senior Management on global and regional trends.
    • Ensure that the Bank’s subscriptions on watch lists providers are up-to-date and relevant.
  • Compliance Program
    • Support the Head of Compliance in design, implementation, and oversight of the Bank’s compliance controls and monitoring programs that meet best standards practices and align with a risk-based approach.
    • Research, analyze, identify, propose guidance or problem resolution, and prepare memos, presentations, and other documents on all topics impacting compliance controls and monitoring programs.
    • Identify compliance and corporate governance key risk indicators; define and maintain periodic monitoring and reporting.
    • Draft communication and training Programmes for Employees, Senior Management and Board of Directors.
    • Conduct annual Compliance reviews to ensure that all staff are compliant, and they are knowledgeable of their obligations as employees of Afreximbank.
  • Any other duties
    • Perform any other departmental duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Head of Compliance Department that enables the Department to maintain a balance between routine Businesses as Usual (BAU) and adhoc tasks at any given time.
    • Build relationship with country regulators to enhance knowledge of requirements that the Bank’s customers must comply with.
    • Build relationship with the FATF regulatory body, GIABA, to ensure aligned of the Bank’s processes with best practices.

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or relevant degree in related areas such as Banking, Risk Management, legal or equivalent in addition to a post graduate degree in a related field.
  • A professional qualification will be an advantage.
  • Demonstrable experience of minimum 8 years of the Compliance functions in a financial institution, and familiar to trade finance products.
  • Must demonstrate the ability and sound knowledge of KYC/AML requirements.
  • Ability to review customer KYC/CDD documentation, assess inherent AML risks and produce a detailed report that will be used to decide by the Bank.
  • Ability to interpret policy documents and provide inputs where required.
  • Good knowledge of banking regulations in Nigeria, ECOWAS, and compliance leading practices.
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.  Knowledge of the Bank’s other working languages (French, Portuguese, and Arabic) are an added advantage.
  • Excellent report writing skills
  • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporate entities, and governments.
  • ability to work under pressure with minimum supervision.

Contractual information:

  • Permanent
  • Willing and able to relocate to Abjua, Nigeria
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Jamie Adams at jadams@caglobalint.com

CA Global Finance will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

Jamie Adams

jadams@caglobalint.com

Recruitment Consultant

CA Banking, IT, Insurance, Legal & Finance

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Job Reference: JABLR007

Reference No. SR-CM-IVC-001

Job Description:

Our FMCG client is currently looking to employ a Country Manager to be based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.  The incumbent will be reporting to the Director of Africa. The candidate will be responsible for managing the total operation in Ivory Coast to create growth for the business by increasing sales and profitability and ensuring alignment with and execution of the company strategy and business model.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of the business in Cote d’Ivoire including:
    • Brand portfolio
    • Partner relationship
    • Marketing & trade execution
    • 1-year, 3-year, and 10-year strategic plans
  • Past P&L responsibility and commercial experience required
  • Improve the total profitability of the business in Ivory Coast
  • Manage a small team and liaise with the Director to ensure that all functional areas in the business perform efficiently
  • Ensure that the company meets/ exceeds sales targets, with the support from the team
  • Minimize risk by managing the prevention of stock losses / shrinkages as well as financial risks for the business
  • Live the company values and build strong relationships with all stakeholders to strengthen the company culture.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Relevant tertiary qualification
  • At least 8 - 10 years’ FMCG experience at a middle / senior management level, ideally within a consumer goods environment in Francophone Africa – Experience in alcohol, beverages or luxury goods is preferred.
  • Ability to drive performance leading a small, entrepreneurial team
  • French and English required
  • Strong analytical skills and strategic mindset
  • Strong commercial / business sense with sound financial knowledge
  • Self-doer, able to manage through ambiguity and adversity
  • Strong leadership capabilities to function successfully in a diverse and challenging environment
  • Willingness to travel extensively within Ivory Coast

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to srabsch@caglobalint.com    

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

CA Finance – Banking and Finance

 

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Job Reference: SR-CM-IVC-001

Reference No. SRBLR-JUR-Niger

CA Global Headhunters a été mandaté par le Fonds de Solidarité Africain basé à Niamey, Niger, pour recruter pour ce poste.  Pour plus d'informations sur le Fonds de solidarité africain, veuillez visiter leur site Web à l’adresse suivante : www.fondsolidariteafricain.org.  Si vous répondez aux critères et souhaitez postuler pour le poste, veuillez prendre contact directement auprès de l’équipe de CA Global Headhunters.
 
Numéro de référence: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

 

Les missions: 

 

Sous la supervision du Directeur des Affaires Juridiques et des Risques, le Juriste (homme ou femme) a pour missions principales :

  • Conseils, avis, consultations et veille juridiques ;
  • Elaboration de divers documents et actes ;
  • Gestion et suivi du contentieux ;
  • Recouvrement des créances contentieuses.

 

Responsabilités et Tâches: 

 

A ce titre, il veillera à :

  • Donner des avis juridiques et élaborer divers actes juridiques dont les conventions de garantie, de refinancement, de bonification et de gestion de fonds pour compte de tiers ;
  • Gérer le contentieux en lien avec les Avocats du Fonds, y compris le recouvrement des créances contentieuses ;
  • Suivre rigoureusement les relations avec les services juridiques et du contentieux des partenaires financiers ainsi que les auxiliaires de justice du Fonds (Notaires, Avocats et autres) ;
  • Faire la veille juridique et mettre en place différents tableaux de bord, outils et procédures ;
  • Contribuer à la structuration des opérations soumises aux interventions du Fonds, de sorte à bien circonscrire tous risques juridiques ;
  • Notifier les accords d’intervention du Fonds et mener les diligences pour la formalisation des conventions ;
  • Suivre la mise en œuvre des conventions en vue d’assurer une meilleure exécution des clauses contractuelles ;
  • Traiter les appels de garantie et suivre le portefeuille d’engagements contentieux ;
  • S’assurer de la conformité des actes contractuels aux textes de base du FSA et aux dispositions légales en vigueur ;
  • S’assurer de la qualité et de l’adéquation des sûretés et mécanismes de remboursement à mettre en place en contrepartie des engagements du Fonds ;
  • Contribuer à l’élaboration et à la revue des textes de base de l’Institution (Accord de Siège, Statuts du Fonds, Règlement Intérieur, etc.), ainsi que des Statuts du Personnel et autres textes afférents audit Personnel ;
  • Contribuer aux processus de ratification ;
  • Exécuter toutes autres tâches confiées par la hiérarchie.

 

Qualifications requises et domaines de compétence

 

Le/la candidat(e) doit disposer d’un diplôme BAC+5 au minimum en Droit Privé, Droit des Affaires et avoir suivi une formation professionnelle d’avocat ou de magistrat. Il/elle doit avoir une expérience professionnelle significative en tant qu’Avocat d’Affaires ou Juge Commercial. Avoir obtenu un diplôme dans un système du Common Law sera un grand atout.

 

Aptitudes requises pour le poste:

Le/la candidat(e) recherché(e) doit:

  • Être un(e) ressortissant(e) de l’un des 16 États Membres du Fonds de Solidarité Africain (Bénin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Centrafrique, Côte d’Ivoire, Gabon, Guinée Bissau, Guinée Conakry, Ile Maurice, Mauritanie, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Sénégal, Tchad et Togo)
  • Avoir au minimum 7 ans d’expérience solide et probante dans le monde judiciaire ou dans un Cabinet d’avocats d’affaires réputé, avec un fort accent sur le droit économique, financier et commercial ;
  • Avoir une connaissance approfondie du Common Law ;
  • Avoir une familiarité avec le système de Droit Civil et avoir une expérience professionnelle significative dans les deux familles juridiques (Droit civil et Common Law) ;
  • Disposer des compétences exceptionnelles en matière de rédaction et de négociation, et être capable de rédiger des documents juridiques complexes en Français et en Anglais, sans supervision ;
  • Maîtriser la réglementation bancaire ;
  • Avoir des normes éthiques élevées, un sens aigu des responsabilités et un engagement à obtenir des résultats ; 
  • Disposer des aptitudes à travailler en équipe et dans un environnement multiculturel ;
  • Être capable d’hiérarchiser les tâches et de respecter des délais serrés ;
  • Avoir la capacité d’identifier rapidement et d’exposer clairement des questions juridiques complexes et de fournir des conseils juridiques succincts, pratiques et précis ;
  • Être doté(e) d’une aisance relationnelle et communicationnelle ;
  • Avoir une parfaite maîtrise des outils informatiques tels que Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access ;
  • Être parfaitement bilingue (Anglais et Français) à l’écrit et à l’oral, la maîtrise de toute autre langue de travail de l’Union Africaine étant un atout ;

 

Informations contractuelles:
 

  • Contrat à durée indéterminée ;Ouvert à une relocalisation au Niger ;
  • Les candidats dûment qualifiés sont encouragés à postuler.

 

Si vous souhaitez postuler cette position, veuillez envoyer votre curriculum vitae à Shearidan Rabsch à l’adresse suivante :  srabsch@caglobalint.com, avant le 31/12/2022

 

Veuillez consulter notre site web pour plus d'opportunités www.caglobalint.com

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

Banking & Finance

 

CA Global ne répondra qu'aux candidats présélectionnés.  Si vous n'avez pas reçu de réponse dans les deux semaines, veuillez considérer que votre candidature n'a pas été retenue, mais votre curriculum vitae sera conservé dans notre base de données pour tout autre future opportunité.

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Job Category308989

Job Reference: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

Reference No. SRBLR-JUR-Niger

CA Global Headhunters has been mandated by the African Solidarity Fund based in Niamey, Niger to recruit for the above mentioned position. For more information on the African Solidarity Fund please visit their website www.fondsolidariteafricain.org. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position, please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.
 
Reference Number: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

 

Nature & Scope: 

 

Under the supervision of the Director of Legal Affairs and Risks, the Legal Officer has the following main missions:

 

  • Provide legal advice, suggestions, engage in consultations and monitoring.
  • Preparation of various documents and deeds.
  • Management and monitoring of litigation.
  • Recovery of disputed debts.

 

Responsibilities and Tasks: 

 

  • Provide legal advice and draft various legal acts including guarantee, refinancing, interest rate subsidy, and fund management agreements on behalf of third parties.
  • Manage litigation in conjunction with the Fund's Lawyers, including the recovery of disputed debts.
  • Rigorously monitor relations with the legal and litigation departments of the financial partners as well as the Fund's legal assistants (Notaries, Lawyers, and all other enforcement agents).
  • Carry out legal monitoring and set up various dashboards, tools, and procedures.
  • Contribute to the structuring of operations subjected to interventions by the Fund in orderto properly circumscribe all legal risks.
  • Notify the Fund's intervention and carry out due diligence for the formalization of agreements.
  • Monitor the implementation of agreements to ensure better execution of contractual clauses.
  • Process execution of guarantees and monitor the portfolio of litigious engagements.
  • Ensure the compliance of contractual acts with the basic texts of the FSA and the legal provisions in force.
  • Ensure the quality and adequacy of the securities and reimbursement mechanisms to be put in place in return for the Fund's commitments.
  • Contribute to the development and review of the basic texts of the Institution (Headquarters Agreement, Statutes of the Fund, Procedures, etc.), as well as Staff Regulations and other texts;
  • Contribute to ratification processes;
  • Execute all other tasks entrusted by the hierarchy.

 

Required Qualifications and Areas of Competence:
 

The candidate must have at least a Master’s degree in Private Law, Business Law and have followed professional training as a lawyer or magistrate. He/she must have significant professional experience as a Business Lawyer or Commercial Judge. Adegree in a Common Law system will be anasset.

 

Skills required for the position:

 

The desired candidate must:

  • Be a national of one of the Member States of the African Solidarity Fund : Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Mali, Mauritius, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal or Togo
  • Have at least 7 years of proven experience in the legal world or in a reputable business law firm, with a strong emphasis on economic, financial and commercial law;
  • Have a thorough knowledge of Common Law;
  • Be familiar with the Civil Law system and have significant professional experience in both legal aspects(Civil Law and Common Law);
  • Have exceptional drafting and negotiation skills, and be able to draft complex legal documents in French and English, without supervision;
  • Master banking regulations;
  • Have high ethical standards, a strong sense of responsibility and a commitment to achieve results;
  • Have the ability to work in a team and in a multicultural environment;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and meet tight deadlines;
  • Ability to quickly identify and clearly articulate complex legal issues and provide succinct, practical and accurate legal advice;
  • Be endowed with interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Have a perfect command of computer tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access;
  • Be perfectly bilingual (English and French) both written and spoken, proficiency in any other working language of the African Union being an asset;

 

Contractual information:
 

  • Permanent position
  • Willing and able to relocate to Niamey, Niger
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com before 31/12/2022

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

Banking & Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job Reference: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

Reference No. CDTSIO

Reference Number: CDTSIO

Job Description:

A pan-African fund management company focused on investments in medium sized companies in Sub-saharan Africa, is currently looking for a Senior Investment Officer to join their team with the following personality attributes:

  • Adaptable, creative and resourceful
  • Dynamic, self-motivated with a lot of work energy
  • Long term focus in this field, seek deeper values and ability to develop a strong sense of ownership and responsibility, requiring minimal supervision
  • Knowledgeable, professional and give attention to details
  • Assertive with a very positive attitude

They have an office in Nigeria that oversees our Anglo-phone west Africa operations.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for business development and generating investment pipeline
  • Lead the investment process including deal sourcing, initial deal screening, conduct preliminary analysis and evaluation, structuring and due diligence, portfolio management including creating value add opportunities, reporting and exit planning.
  • Deal Screening:
    • Ensure that the potential transactions are in line with the Fund’s strategy, development impact objectives and highlight relevant regulatory and reputational risks, conflict of interest and environmental and social issues.
  • Due Diligence:
    • Manage and interact with the different consultants as regards making investment decisions.
  • Portfolio Monitoring:
    • Interact with the management of portfolio companies and review performance on regular basis.
    • Discuss with portfolio companies the strategies or action steps to enhance performance.
    • Deliberately seek to create value add opportunities in addition to those contemplated in the investment thesis
    • Oversee the compilation of periodic reports (monthly, quarterly and annual reports).
    • Distribute investor quarterly and annual reports.
  • Investment Exit Management:
    • Oversee exit activities to ensure expected value is realized from portfolio companies.
    • Lead exit process and negotiation with eventual advisors
  • Leadership and People Management:
    • Provide oversight, direction and coaching to junior team members.

 

Requirements: Qualifications and Skill

  • Bachelor’s Degree in finance or Relevant
  • A Master’s Degree will be an advantage
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in Originating, Prospecting, Managing Portfolio Companies
  • Experience working with Investments
  • A strong, and wide network of existing relationships within the AWA region 
  • Significant experience of leading all aspects of the deal process
  • An excellent investment track record
  • Excellent leadership, negotiation and relationship management skills
  • Should enjoy working in a growing team with an entrepreneurial, high-performance culture
  • Excellent written and verbal English communication skills; Any additional language is a plus

 

If you wish to apply for the position directly, please send your CV to Chalden Du Toit at cdutoit@caglobalint.com

Chalden Du Toit

Recruitment Consultant

Banking, Finance & Information Technology

 

CA Global Finance will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful, however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

 

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Job Features

Job Category308989

Job Reference: CDTSIO

Reference No. SRBR-ASI-001

Job Description:

Our banking client is currently recruiting a Associate / Senior Associate, Investment for their Fund Investment division.  The candidate will be expected to support the business in originating, executing & monitoring transactions in relation to capital expansion plans and trade finance for sovereigns & sub-sovereigns, and medium-to-large corporate companies across Africa, with the goal of delivering bespoke credit solutions to clients whilst minimising credit losses. The individual should be bilingual (French/English) and should have experience in analysing corporate balance sheets and in executing corporate and trade finance transactions.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support origination and management of new clients and opportunities across Africa.
  • Pitch, structure, negotiate, market, execute and close transactions.
  • Assist in client coverage and management of key accounts.
  • Support management of transaction processes from origination to closing, including engagement with legal and financial advisors in the analysis for such transactions.
  • Work with other team members in Investments and colleagues across the organization to process the administration of each transaction as it goes through the approval process.
  • Build/Develop/Review and investigate key aspects of financial models (including financial analysis, pricing, valuation, and other business decision making models) to evaluate the financial viability of transactions.
  • Support executing tasks encompassing technical review of all projects (infrastructure related) projects.
  • Develop presentations and proposals (including “pitch books”) to new and existing clients.
  • Prepare transactions documents (engagement letters, proposals, presentations, Information Memorandums, term sheets, valuations etc.) for transactions being contemplated by the bank
  • Undertake transaction related research and analysis on prospective clients and companies to identify financial trends and issues as well as provide a sound basis for investment decisions
  • Conduct financial analysis and risk assessment on project proposals, including developing and interpreting financial models and financial statements.
  • Participate in deal meetings and assist in maintaining client relationships
  • Conduct due diligence on prospective clients

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

Education

  • A first degree from a recognised university.
  • Strong mathematical aptitude. CFA/Accounting/other related qualification is an added advantage.
  • Relevant advanced degree e.g. Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field of study, will be advantageous.

 

Experience

  • 4 to 8 years professional experience preferably in related investment banking – deal origination and execution.
  • Proficient in transaction modelling and understanding of transaction structures.
  • Excellent self-management skills.
  • Bilingual (oral, reading, writing): English & French is mandatory
  • Highly proficient in the development of Microsoft Excel financial models and analysis as well as development and review of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for marketing purposes (pitchbooks).
  • A good understanding of the technical and financial aspects related to the review of sovereigns & corporates seeking term and trade finance.
  • Ability to respond to issues associated with risk assessment of investments and drive transactions through the investment approval process
  • Ability to write credit and investment memoranda.
  • Ability to negotiate Term Sheets and participate in negotiations of facility and investment agreements
  • Strong quantitative analysis and problem solving skills.
  • Well developed communication and business writing skills, power of persuasion as well as the ability to interface directly and effectively with senior officers of wide range of potential clients
  • Effective time management skills and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving environment
  • Excellent project management skills.
  • Experience with transactions involving the use of the following:
    • guarantees and instruments for tenor elongation.
    • political risk insurance, export credits, etc.
    • complex structures such as credit linked notes and asset/commodity backed loans, etc.

Language

  • Solid communication and writing skills.
  • Fluency in writing and speaking English and French is mandatory.

Others

  • Willingness to travel “out-of-station” with minimal prior notice
  • Team player with the potential to take the lead on transactions

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 Year renewable employment contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nigeria, Lagos.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Senior Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

Apply now

Job Features

Job Category308989

Job Reference: SRBR-ASI-001