Assistant Vice President Third Party Management
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Third Party Management (TPM) is the Procurement function that supports the first line of defense with consistent identification and assessment of third party risk and the ongoing management of supplier contracts and relationships. The AVP Third Party Management in the US will be responsible for leading TPM projects and activities on behalf of Procurement.
Here’s what you can expect:
The AVP Third Party Management will need to be a credible subject matter expert in Third Party Risk and the regulatory context in financial services in the US, with first-hand experience of developing, leading and improving aspects of third party risk and supplier management in large, complex organizations. In addition, the role holder will need to work with colleagues across global businesses, functions, procurement, risk, and compliance to devise and deliver a balanced and measurable approach to how HSBC executes its Third Party Management activities in the US. Communicate, train and assist stakeholders of various levels to understand and mitigate risk associated with the end-to-end risk management lifecycle. Support development and execution of a robust communication and training plan that facilitates the effective application and awareness of third party risk including, but not limited to, Contract Owners, Third Party Risk Officers, Supplier Relationship Managers, Business Risk and Control Managers and other associated stakeholders.
For this role, HSBC targets a fixed pay range between $87,900 and $131,800.
The final fixed pay offer will depend on the candidate and a number of variables, including but not limited to, role responsibilities, skill set, depth of experience and education, licensing/certification requirements, internal relativity, and specific work location.
At HSBC, our overall goal is to provide a competitive Total Reward Package, with an appropriate mix of fixed pay, and variable pay, as part of an employee’s overall total compensation and benefits. Variable pay generally takes the form of discretionary, annual awards (sometimes referred to as a “bonus”). Additionally, HSBC offers a wide range of competitive and flexible benefits designed to help you improve your health and well-being, finances, and lifestyle.