Bilingual Japanese Financial Analyst

International Bank is seeking a Financial Analyst with Japanese language skills responsible for credit evaluation and deal maintenance.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Analyzes financial data and creates financial reports and models for credit application decision support for assigned products.
  2. Incorporates Head Office and Branch investment guideline compliance in financial analysis.
  3. Performs quality assurance for assigned products by regularly monitoring financial performance key indicators.
  4. Assists Relationship Managers in business development, deal structuring, prepares credit applications, self-assessment, account review, and other administrative requirements as assigned.
  5. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business or economics.
  2. Bilingual oral and written skills on a business level in both English and Japanese.
  3. Good knowledge of finance and basic accounting.
  4. Good knowledge of commonly used research resources, including Bloomberg, EDGAR, and rating agencies.
  5. Basic knowledge of corporate finance transactions and loan markets.
  6. Advanced in Microsoft 365 (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, and Access)and some modeling capabilities.
  7. Excellent oral and written communication skills in Japanese and English.


Bilingual Japanese Relationship Manager Assistant

An international financial firm is seeking a bilingual Japanese Relationship Manager Assistant who will  provide administrative and basic analysis support for the Relationship Managers.

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Bilingual Japanese Credit Risk Manager, VP

An international financial firm is seeking a Credit Risk Manager at VP level with Japanese language skill who will be supporting commercial lending & investment banking business primarily to US subsidiaries of Japanese corporate customers.

Job Summary:

  • Corporate Credit Risk Manager supporting commercial lending & investment banking business primarily to US subsidiaries of Japanese corporate customers.
  • Critical function of analyzing credit risks of the customers and determining risk ratings based on internal procedures / policies and guidelines.
  • Responsible for active credit management of a designated portfolio utilizing solid credit skills & judgment, making timely and accurate recommendations to management on credit exposure & risk ratings.
  • Guide and support business line / product groups on credit and risk related issues.



  • Manage a designated portfolio of Japanese corporate credit customers. For a VP role, designated customers will be more complicated ones than those assigned to junior portfolio manager, such as lower graded customers, customers with large credit exposure, customers with structured finance transactions, and customers with complex corporate structure.
  • Perform due diligence and scheduled reviews regularly.
  • Analyze credit risk of the designated portfolio, determine accurate ratings, and make recommendations of accurate and timely ratings to management.
  • Prepare detailed credit analysis and credit applications in accordance with Americas Credit Policy, Americas Credit-Related Procedures, Credit Rules, and JCB Credit Operating Manual, evaluating the borrower’s industry / business / legal / financial risks and recommending extensions of credit to management.
  • Function as a subject expert with regard to particular industries / industry subsectors and maintain most updated knowledge on the industries through internal / external sources.
  • Fully understand and able to assess risk of standard bank products such as loans, stand-by LC, trade finance, forex, derivatives, and securitization.
  • Maintain direct communication with assigned customers.
  • Oversight of covenants compliance, facility due date, condition / instruction / report required.
  • Responsible for coordinating and communicating account information to internal auditors and external regulators (e.g., FRB, FSA, BOJ, SNIC, OCC).
  • Ongoing study / development to enhance the all-around skill sets of a portfolio manager.
  • Perform other related functions as assigned.
  • Expected to demonstrate fully developed analytical ability, and to complete complex assignments with minimal guidance from management.
  • Coordinate and communicate critical account information independently and directly to various related parties throughout the bank such as business line, product groups, credit divisions, risk management divisions, and examination

Deal Support

  • Work with business lines / product groups to identify prospective transactions.
  • Identify structural risks and mitigants in prospective transactions and recommend / enhance structuring of deals and covenant in line with policies and procedures.
  • Advise account officers on credit risk issues, terms & conditions, to create the best possible deal with a goal of improving profit and minimizing credit cost.
  • Communicate with credit divisions with regard to rating rationale, facility structuring / exposures, and ensure credit divisions are furnished with all credit related information / analysis pertinent to making a decision.
  • Proactively & independently communicate with deal partners (incl. credit divisions, product groups) to share recommendations & information necessary to facilitate the smooth credit / deal process with little support from management.

Policy Compliance

  • Ensure compliance with external regulatory requirements (JFSA, BOJ, FRB, OCC).
  • Ensure compliance with internal policy and procedures by understanding and adhering to Americas Credit Policy, Americas Credit-Related Procedures, Credit Rules, Procedures for Credit Ratings, JCB Credit Operating Manual, and any other applicable pronouncements.
  • Participate in ad-hoc policy meetings / project teams to enhance organization wide credit risk management framework.
  • In-depth knowledge of general corporate credit analysis and risk management
  • 7-10 years of working experience in financial institutions or equivalent, in credit and risk related function analyzing general corporate customers.
  • Be able to conduct fundamental credit analysis, make sound credit decisions based on business and financial risks for medium-large corporations. Fully conversant with various types of lending and market risk products.
  • Japanese language skill (business level or higher) required.
  • Bachelor’s degree required (major in accounting / finance / business preferred).
  • MBA or CFA is a plus.
  • Completion of formal credit training is a plus.

Bilingual Japanese Credit Risk Manager (Associate/VP)

An international financial firm is seeking a Credit Risk Analyst with Japanese language skill who will be supporting commercial lending & investment banking business primarily to US subsidiaries of Japanese corporate customers.

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Private Debt Investment Associate

A global asset management firm is seeking a Private Debt Associate who will play an active and important role in pre-investment strategy research, manager investment and operational due diligence, and post-investment due diligence and reporting in Private Debt investment business.

This work will cover various Private Debt fund strategies and managers.

  • Assist the team in creating the Private Debt Investment platform and investment philosophy in collaboration with Alternative team in head office.
  • Scree and develop new investment opportunities through the manager search and selection process.
  • Build relationships with existing and prospective investment managers.
  • Collaborate with the team in conducting due diligence and formulating investment recommendations on Private Debt Funds.
  • Assist the Portfolio Manager for serving as liaison with subsidiaries regarding the allocations of various alternative investment categories based on investment goals; interpret and translate data, investment related documents and Investment Committee materials for headquarters.
  • Assist the team to prepare regular reporting package for investors including Quarterly report.
  • Participate and present in the Quarterly Report meeting for Private Debt fund,
  • Coordinate with external parties in the negotiation and execution of agreements and documents related to Private debt investments.
  • Under team’s supervision, understand, prepare for and conduct the cash flow management and other operational issues of private debt funds including instructions to administrators.
  • Support the Portfolio Manager to develop new clients having an intention to invest Private Debt Fund.
  • Research and investigate matters as required by Head Office.
  • Manage and maintain data related to underlying fund performance and company.


  • Strong academic background including Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Business/Economics related filed. MBA and/or progress toward CFA preferred.
  • 1-5 years of relevant experience in fund investments (including experience in middle/back office), preferably with a focus on Alternative or Credit Fund Selection at an institutional investor (including bank, insurance company, pension fund, endowment, foundation, SWF or family office), investment consultant, investment manager or private equity firm.
  • Fluency in English is required. Other language skill a plus.
  • Strong command of Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point and other Office
  • Outstanding analytical, financial modeling, clear and concise written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Ability to work overtime, as required.
  • Detail oriented, pro-active and able to manage multiple projects to deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to travel internationally and domestically, as
  • A flexible team player able to adapt to change.


Bilingual Japanese Credit Risk Analyst

An international financial firm is seeking a Credit Risk Analyst with Japanese language skill who will be supporting commercial lending & investment banking business primarily to US subsidiaries of Japanese corporate customers.

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Senior Security Systems Administrator

International Firm is seeking a Senior Security Systems Administrator;

Essential Functions:

  • Facilitates and manages the development, modification, and operation of security protocols including intrusion detection and prevention systems to protect the organizations information from breach or loss.
  • Performs risk assessments, audits, and tests to identify technical weaknesses and provides recommended solutions to remediate any weaknesses.
  • Stays abreast of security best practices, threats, and technologies, tools and techniques, and fosters group collaboration with team members by providing technical guidance, knowledge transfer, and support.
  • Systems Administration – Administer security focused information systems such as vulnerability management, privileged access management, data loss prevention, and SIEM (Security Information and Event Management).
  • Perform in-depth network security analysis and conducts preliminary incident response, event analysis and threat intelligence.
  • Create a climate and convey a sense of urgency to drive security risk remediation, often with aggressive deadlines.
  • Periodically briefs senior management on status of security systems, protocols, and administrative activities.
  • Must regularly engage and collaborate with the firm, and firm’s HQ, and other Regional HQ to support, share, and develop plans that drive the adoption of various technologies and processes that support our corporate Vision 2030 initiatives.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Proficient, or able to gain proficiency with, a broad array of security software applications, tools, and techniques.
  • Strong understanding of computer-related security systems including firewalls, encryption, and password protection, authentication, and Zero Trust principles
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Organized with attention to detail.

Education and Experience:

  • Strong depth and breadth of knowledge of the Cyber landscape
  • A client-focused approach as demonstrated by the ability to implement Information Security/Networking best practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of globally recognized Security Frameworks / Information Security Management Systems (NIST SP 800-53, ISO27001, SOX, PCI, ITAR
  • Solid understanding of the Microsoft 365, Defender, Intune, Purview, etc. solutions
  • Some previous team leadership and collaboration
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, Information Management, or equivalent with 5-7 years of experience in an IT administrator role

AVP, Business Audit – International Bank

International Bank is seeking an AVP, Business Audit.

  1. Perform audits in accordance with established standards as outlined in the current Internal Audit Policies and Procedures by supporting the audit results and audit report inclusive of management action plans. The individual in this position is expected to assess the state of governance, risk management and internal control (GRC) processes to identify internal control gaps or weaknesses related to key business risks
  1. Directly perform all phases of the internal audit process, including control test work and documentation, or direct other team members to perform audit work as well as reviewing/providing feedback to them on their work to ensure the collective business audit work meets the expectations of team’s function.
  1. Demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in assessing the Bank’s GRC processes, inclusive of enterprise and emerging risks, for the areas assigned to audit (or perform other assurance activities of, including issues tracking and validation, continuous monitoring, auditable entity/key project/key business risk assessments, etc.)
  1. The result of the execution of the assigned business audit activities will require a root-cause analysis of the factors that led to the identification of internal control gaps or weaknesses. The individual in this position is expected to help report results of audit work in an effective and timely manner, leading to appropriate remedial action and ongoing management of risk.
  1. Be able to draft audit findings, actively and promptly discuss them with management, and provide the final product to senior managers into final audit report, inclusive of audit issue rating(s) and related recommendations, and audit report rating(s), as relevant. When presenting internal control gaps or weaknesses identified in the course of the audit activities to Bank management, be able to advise management on the adequacy, sufficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of the corrective actions.
  1. Demonstrate positive influence on management to advance the internal control environment for the Business through credible challenge and the identification, reporting and tracking of high impact risk issues that align with industry best practices and regulatory requirements and expectations for the areas of expertise. Therefore, an understanding of relevant regulatory expectations is essential to execute the audit engagements. As relevant, contribute with the Third Line of Defense’s assessment of management’s plans to respond to regulatory issues and inquiries.
  1. Adhere to the Internal Audit methodology in place. Minimize Quality Assurance comments (e.g., through robust and timely documentation of workpapers prior to report issuance), and address QA findings promptly.



  • Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in Accounting, Finance or related curriculum
  • CPA preferred
  • 3+yrs’ relevant experience in financial institutions
  • Team Player
  • Strong communications/interpersonal skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office

Bilingual Japanese Credit Risk Manager – Associate/VP

An international financial firm is seeking a Credit Risk Manager with Japanese language skill at Associate or VP level.

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BL Japanese Administrative Assistant – Corporate Strategy & Administration

International Bank is seeking an Administrative Assistant with Japanese language skill in their Corporate Strategy & Administration Team who will provide with operational and administrative supports.


  • Prepare various head-office, management and internal reports.
  • Provide communication support to the team and team head.
  • Perform administrative supports including managing documentation/files, expense reports, office supplies, etc.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Intermediate proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • General knowledge in finance and accounting
  • Strong communications and interpersonal sills
  • Organization/time management skills
  • Multi-tasking, to be able to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Japanese language skill

Base salary up to 65K+OT+Bonus