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Officer, Corporate Credit Risk

Yoma Bank

Officer, Corporate Credit Risk

Yoma Bank
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Myanmar - Yangon
Full Time
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11 Nov 2021

Experience level


Job Function

Legal, Risk and Compliance

Min Education Level

Bachelor Degree

Job Description

Corporate Officer (Credit Risk Analyts) will be primarily analyzing of credit proposals for new and existing clients in accordance of financial performance to alleviate in Financial Risk, and monitoring of repayment capacities and capabilities. In addition, Officers will assist in prepearation of weekly and montly reports, perform ongoing analysis and complete other duties as assigned.  

  • This is a key strategic role in the credit risk team accountable for optimizing credit risk of a diversified portfolio of Myanmar’s leading customers who are the banks’ Corporate customer segments.
  • Primarily accountable for credit risk assessment, decision or recommendation for Corporate Banking in line with the banks’ risk appetite, credit policy and banking regulations
  • Partner product and relationship teams to optimize credit structuring to support customer’s requirements while mitigating key risks
  • Support implementing and managing policy, guidelines and procedures to enhance business credit decisions, ensure early identification and management of credit stress/concentrations and optimize the risk reward of the portfolio.
  • Support execution of Yoma Bank’s vision to build a better Myanmar
  • The successful candidate will be accountable for supporting training and develop of more junior credit resources
  • Perform additional assignments as necessary.

Open To


Job Requirements

  • University degree in Accounting / Finance / Economics / Engineering
  • Minimum 2 or  years’ work experience conducting in Analysis/underwriting of commercial loans
  • Ability to work within a team environment, interact with peers and management within the bank as well as with the other departments
  • Consistently work on various projects, self-reliantly and achieved required obejectives with limited supervision.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills besides strong analytical, problem solving and presentation skills
  • Lead single or less complex Business Units and ensure delivery of work in accordance with Business Unit strategy
  • Effectively communicate and influence across the team

What We Can Offer


- Annual Performance Bonus
- OT Payment
- Uniform provided


- An awesome company
- Join a winning team
- You can make a difference

Career Opportunities

- Opportunities for promotion
- Possibility for job training
- Learn new skills and techniques

About Our Company

"Founded in 1993, Yoma Bank is Myanmar's most progressive domestic bank with over 3,000 employees and more than 80 branches across the country. With a mission to “Build a better Myanmar for its people” and financing the needs of Myanmar families and businesses, Yoma Bank offers savings products, a wide range of loans and business solutions to individuals, SMEs and local corporate clients to fund their business operations in Myanmar. With over 25 years of being a responsible bank, Yoma Bank has been consistently making significant investments in strategic priorities- people, technology and corporate governance.
All the operations led by the Bank are centered around its core values such as Customer, Integrity, Respect, Teamwork and Innovation. Yoma Bank has also established strong partnership with both local and international organisations leveraging strategic advantages in its services. Yoma Bank is the first local bank that welcomed foreign investments from global organisations such as GIC of Singapore, Norfund of Norway and IFC of the World Bank."