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[MAS] Lead Policy Analyst / Senior Policy Analyst, Prudential Advisory Division

Agency: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Job no.: 532906
Work type: Permanent
Location: Singapore
Categories:Accounting, Audit, Finance, Others, Policy Formulation

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


You will join the dynamic and high-performance PPD family.


The PAD team formulates prudential, capital and resolution policies for systemically-important banks in Singapore, reviews accounting standards and their implications for bank capital, as well as develops policies to enhance the deposit insurance scheme.


In this role, you will work closely with bank supervisors, the policy units for insurance and capital markets, interact with local and international banks, as well as participate in discussions relating to international fora such as the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and the Financial Stability Board, and bilateral supervisory colleges and crisis management groups. You will develop expertise in policy analysis, risk and accounting, as well as a good understanding of capital instruments and banking sector resilience.


You will also have opportunities to participate in agile and multi-disciplinary project teams that aim to tackle difficult problems and offer new thinking within the broader PPD.


• Be nice, be that person that everyone wants to have on their team.
• Wake up loving your job and excited to get work done, but don’t forget about your family.
• Want to keep the financial sector safe and vibrant.
• Think with structure, dive into details rigorously, ask probing questions.
• But also offer effective and practical solutions.
• Write and speak clearly and crisply.
• Have a keen interest in understanding accounting standards, regulatory capital instruments, resolution frameworks or financial instruments

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