Company: Shell
Skills: Accounting, Financial Analyst
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Shanghai, China
Status: Active


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Shell's story in China dates back more than 100 years. At Shell China we will make sure that your ideas will travel. We need world-class candidates to continue our drive to innovate and answer the world’s energy needs in socially and environmentally responsible ways. All of Shell’s core businesses are now represented in China. Upstream (oil and gas exploration and liquefied natural gas), Downstream (Oil Products and Chemicals) and our Projects and Technology organisation (Shell Global Solutions and Coal Gasification). 

Job Description
 
To support P&T business of countries in the East mainly Asia Pac, MENA and China over 10+ countries in total, also support China core business, namely Lubricants, Bitumen and Retails, in managing risk assessment of customers and establishment of credit limits, the analysis of the overall credit exposure & for the recommendation of terms of credit.

The negotiation and management of security necessary to support higher risk exposures.

Approval of credit limits, risk categories, and release of blocked orders.

Actively support the sales account holders in credit issues.

Provide support to the regional/cluster/country Credit Manager as required.

Active participation in the virtual cluster & regional credit teams.

Ensure effective and efficient operational management striving for operational excellence.

 
 
Manage Credit Risk

Responsible for the efficient and effective management of credit risk within the defined area of responsibility in line with OCC directives.

Responsible for the risk assessment of customers, negotiating and managing security arrangements, establishment of appropriate credit limits with necessary MOA and the analysis of the overall credit exposure & the re-assessment of credit-worthiness of customers based on re-evaluation triggers and timelines.

Liaise with business units to appropriately balance and optimize portfolio risk ensuring adequate use of risk mitigating collateral as appropriate, regularly meeting with business units to review portfolio risk, ensuring credit analysis representation and participation on each business unit credit committee.

Provide authorized approval for the release of blocked orders in respect of credit.
 

Skills and Specifications

  • Knowledge of management principles.
  • Knowledge of accounting and finance principles.

  • Possessing confidence, experience, and skills to support organizational activities.

  • Ability to manage conflicting interests of business partners.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with effective collaboration across departments/ functions.

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Strong commercial mindset

  • Good team player.

  • Fluent in English writing and speaking is a must. 

 

Education and Qualifications

  • At least bachelor degree from an accredited college, preferable major in Accounting or Finance.
  • At least 5 years credit analysis experience.

  • Certified accountant or related qualification is preferable.

 

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