Key Purpose Manage and supervise a portfolio of performing accounts which are transferred to Supervision Unit The responsibilities involves collection periodic visit restructuring rescheduling deferment and reporting to the management Key Responsibilities 1 Financing SupervisionConduct periodic site supervision visits on a timely manner in accordance with pre-determined schedule of visits Complete site visitation report within 14 days from date of visit in accordance with the SOP Pursue collection in a timely manner to avoid account being impaired Response to client and rsquo s request within the laid down time frame Consent R and R complaints etc Actively engage with customers guarantor etc on finding resolution of account in arrears Issuance of Notice of Demand NOD in accordance with the SOP b Prepare and submit the following reports 2 ReportingPrepare and submit the following reports on newly impaired financing i EXCO reportii Impaired Financing Reportiii Transfer memoPrepare and submit the following reports i Site Visitation Report ii Notes of meeting with customers guarantors etc iii Minutes for NAC reports and updates on customers and rsquo performance on monthly basis iv Liaising with AM in branches and verify information v Property valuation to be done on timely manner Prepare memo for approval on the following i Request for consent i e additional banking facilities as guarantor dividend payment change in shareholder relocation of machinery financed etc ii Facilities rescheduling restructuring 3 Relationship DevelopmentLiaise with internal parties i e other departments and other branches Conduct site visits as and when required Follow up with Insurance Takaful Unit to ensure the Insurance Takaful coverages are valid Requirements Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor s Degree Post Graduate Diploma Professional Degree Business Studies Administration Management Finance Accountancy Banking Economics Commerce Marketing or equivalent Required skills MS Excel MS Office MS Word At least 2 years of working experience in the related field is required for this position Applicants must be willing to work in Kuching Full-Time positions available
Type : Company job
Role : Junior Executive
Industry : Banking/Financial Services
Salary : Not Disclosed
Spanning over five decades of contributing to the country's economic growth, Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Berhad (MIDF) today has strengthened its foothold in many segments of the financial services industrial.
It was incorporated on 30 March 1960, mainly for the purpose of ensuring access to financing for manufacturing-based small and medium enterprises (SME), as part of Malaysia's post-independence strategy to accelerate development of the industrial sector. MIDF has proven its resilience and longevity, and proudly celebrated its 50th anniversaty in March 2010. Over the years of basking in its status as Malaysia maiden development finance institution, MIDF has evolved and transformed itself into a diversified group.
Following its merger with Amanah Capital Partners Berhad in 2003, as well as its acquisition of Utama Merchant Bank Berhad (UMBB) in 2004, and the establishment of MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Berhad (MIDF Investment) in 2006, the MIDF Group accentuated its ambition to become a leading financial services provider in three core business areas, namely investment banking, development finance and asset management.