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Job Description Chief Accounting Officer RESPONSIBILITIES 1.Daily Operation: Ensure the completeness and accuracy of core system bookkeeping. Prepare bookkeeping/reconciliation, including day end, month end, quarter end and year end batch reports to be compliant with the bank’s accounting policy and procedures. Validate expenses vouchers presented by Secretarial Division and Operation Division. Identify irregularities and recommend necessary correction to operational divisions. Review and verify/validate bank accounting and financial statements. Report to Branch senior management and designated department of Head Office. 2.Regulatory reporting: Be responsible for providing weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual filing information to regulatory agencies, including the Call Reports to Federal Reserve and State agencies. 3.Review, Revise and Update accounting and financial related policy and procedures: Periodic review of accounting and financial related policy and procedures to ensure the implementation and execution meet with branchwide, Head Office, and Federal Reserve and State supervisory regulatory requirements. 4.Other responsibilities: Any other functions required by bank policy and procedures as well as regulatory requirements. Be responsible for periodical internal and external review and audit of financial report and activity report. Be responsible for back office function of fund management and dealing room. Supporting function in banking core system and funds transfer system. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting/Finance. 5 years of working experience in banking industry and be responsible for regulatory report. Knowledge of accounting principles on banking practice and regulatory requirement. Comprehensive Chinese written, speaking, and listening ability is preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office is required. Company Description Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd. (Mega ICBC) has come into being as a result of the merger of The International Commercial Bank of China and Chiao Tung Bank, effective on August 21, 2006. Both banks have been proud of their longtime histories of outstanding track records in our country. In 1971, The Bank of China was privatized to become The International Commercial Bank of China Co., Ltd. (ICBC), whose origin dates back to the Ta Ching Bank and its predecessor, the Hupu Bank (the bank under the finance arm of the imperial court in the Ching Dynasty). The Bank of China had been entrusted with the mission to serve as an agent of the Treasury and a note-issuing bank before the establishment of the Central Bank of China in 1928. The Bank of China was designated as a licensed specialized bank for international trade and foreign exchange thereafter. Taking advantage of its specialization in foreign exchange, worldwide network of outlets and correspondence banks, superb bank assets, and excellent business performance, ICBC has become a top-notch bank in the Republic of China. Set up five years before the founding of the Republic of China, Chiao Tung Bank Co., Ltd. (CTB) had also been delegated to act as an agent of the government coffer and a note-issuing bank in concert with the Bank of China at the outset of the Republic. Transforming from a licensed bank for industries in 1928, an industrial bank in 1975, and a development bank in 1979, CTB turned from a state-controlled bank into a privately–owned one in 1999. It has engaged in loan extensions for medium- and long-term development, innovation and guidance investment (equity investment), and venture capital ever since. For years, CTB has made significant contributions to the improvement of industrial structure and the promotion of the upgrading of industry by assisting in the development of strategic and vital industries in line with the economic policy and the economic development plan of the government. CTB and International Securities Company formed the CTB Financial Holding Company in 2002. Late on, Chung Hsing Bills Finance Corporation and Barits International Securities Company came under the financial umbrella. On December 31, 2002, Chung Kuo Insurance Company and ICBC joined forces with the Company to form a conglomerate named Mega Financial Holding Company. With a view to enlarging the business scale and increasing the market share, ICBC and CTB formally merged into one bank under the name of Mega International Commercial Bank Co., Ltd. on August 21, 2006. By the end of 2015, the Bank has 107 branches at home, and 22 branches, 5 sub-branch, and 5 representative offices (including marketing office) abroad. Together with the network are wholly-owned bank subsidiaries in Thailand and Canada, along with their branches, bringing the number of overseas outposts to 39 in total. It has manpower 5,524 and an aggregate paid-in capital of NT$85.362 billion.


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