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[Expired] Regulatory Reporting and UAT (Bank/CBD/up to 2.8k/1 year contract) TWG05-Aug

Posted On :3 Sep 2013


Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Work Type: Contract
  • Min. Education Level: 'A' Levels/IB
  • Years of Experience: 1
  • Skills: UAT testing, MAS regulations

Job Descriptions

One of the local banks is looking for a UAT executive to participate in the daily operations of the Regulatory Reporting Team
Location: CBD area
Working hours: 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
  • Strong Microsoft excel skills (e.g. pivot tables and lookup functions) is a must
  • UAT experience including verification of data mapping, preparation of test scripts, documentation of test results, etc
  • Accounting/Finance background with 2-3 years of working experience
  • Banking background and knowledge of regulatory requirements such as MAS Notice 610 or 613 will be added advantage


  • Candidate must possess at least a Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Finance/Accountancy/Banking or equivalent. Candidate with good working experience without diploma will be considered too
  • At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Preferably Junior Executives specializing in Banking/Financial Services or equivalent.
  • Full-Time position(s) available.
Interested applicants, kindly email your resume to or call 64163796 Do visit our job listing at for other job opportunities. Company EA License No: 04C3537 Registration number: R1324278

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