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[MAS] Assistant Director / Associate, Monetary Management/Domestic Markets Management

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Agency: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Job no.: 533520
Work type: Permanent
Location: Singapore
Categories:Accounting, Audit, Finance, Others, Policy Formulation, Research and Analysis, Statistics

MAS is the central bank of Singapore. Our mission is to promote sustained non-inflationary economic growth, and a sound and progressive financial centre.

JOB DESCRIPTION


The Monetary & Domestic Markets Management Department (MDD) is responsible for implementing Singapore’s monetary policy by managing the exchange rate within its targeted policy band, conducting money market operations to manage liquidity in the banking system, and issuing Singapore Government Securities (SGS) and Singapore Savings Bond. The department is also responsible for maintaining the stability and functionality of the foreign exchange and money markets in Singapore, as well as fostering the development of the broader domestic financial markets.

 

Your role will involve close monitoring of domestic and regional financial markets, and conducting money market and foreign exchange market operations. You will also participate in various initiatives to enhance the resilience, and foster the development, of Singapore's financial markets, and work closely with stakeholders, including financial institutions, industry bodies and other government agencies.


JOB REQUIREMENTS

• Relevant work experience with strong interest in economic developments, financial markets and monetary policy.
• Commitment to public service.
• Keen to learn, willing and able to monitor markets around the clock.
• Strong grasp of numerical concepts, and analytical capabilities to develop effective solutions.
• Strong interpersonal skills, able to work well in and across teams, to drive key initiatives
• Good communication, writing and presentation skills.
• Applicants should be Singapore citizens.

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