Head of OPC & TAC _ NAC

May 10, 2024

Head of OPC & TAC _ NAC


  • Standard / Permanent
  • HK-Hong Kong (HK)-Hong Kong
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The Head of Global Markets APAC OPC & TAC/NAC Coordination team is responsible for the Permanent Control framework covering Global Markets activities across APAC, including the following contributions:

  • Incidents: strengthen the Front to End control set-up through the analysis of operational incidents with the identification of root causes and the definition of risk reduction actions
  • Remediation: Coordinate / contribute to ad-hoc global remediation plans
  • IG/Audit Recommendations: Drive the Métier in the answer, follow up and closure of recommendations (from Internal Audit, Regulators, Compliance, etc)
  • Materialize, maintain & improve the FO control plan in the dedicate system


  • Risk mapping: Design the operational risk cartography in line with the Group methodology and Process / Risk / Control approach ;
  • Risk Assessment: Perform Risk and Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) at FO level for APAC Business Lines; 
  • Control plan: coordinate the Control Plan design; contribute to the rationalization, cleaning, efficiency of controls while reducing risks;
  • Trainings: perform trainings with the aim to raise Front office awareness on permanent Control and policies and strengthen a risk prevention culture.


  • Supervise the coordination TAC, NAC, IAC and Automated Trading approval processes 
  • Ensure the quality and consistency of OPC comments;
  • Ensure the timely implementation of blocking and non-blocking conditions;
  • Provide advisory to FO and Functions on operational risk assessment throughout the validation process;
  • Supervise Ad’hoc business reviews and post-implementation follow-up


  • Coordinate GM-APAC Conduct & Operational Risk Committees (COREs) and Sec Asia ICC;
  • Participate actively and manage GM contribution to other Permanent Control Committees (regional and global ICCs, Algo Trading Governance, …);
  • Contribute to the Regulatory Governance forums called by the Bank Reforms (e.g. FBL, Volcker Rule, …);
  • Contribute to specific FO processes governance (e.g. Custom Indices, SPV, etc)
  • Coordinate with the 2nd and 3rd Lines of Defence on permanent control related topics


  • Be responsible for the day-to-day activities and guidance of team members;
  • Ensure that all team members understand the team’s objectives and work together to achieve them;
  • Plan, set targets, monitor and report progress made, appraise job results and assist with any issues the employees may have;
  • Enforce policies, procedures and productivity standards;
  • Act as ‘go to’ point for regional and global management and other internal stakeholders on Permanent Control related matter;
  1. Think and behave one team, one spirit across Steams, Practices, Regions and GBLs;
  2. Develop interactions, positive and efficient communication with peers, staff & Management;
  3. Avoid silos and support each other when required;
  4. Put expertise at the service of younger staff


As the leading European Union bank, and one of the world’s largest financial institutions with an uninterrupted presence in the region since 1860, BNP Paribas offers a wide range of financial services for corporate, institutional and private investors spanning corporate and institutional banking, wealth management, asset management and insurance. 

We passionately embrace diversity and are committed to fostering an inclusive workplace where all employees are valued and encourage applicants of all backgrounds, including diversity of origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion applicants who may be living with a disability. We have a number of internal employee networks in place to empower our staff to act and challenge the status quo.

•    BNP Paribas PRIDE is highly active in favour of the LGBTQIA+ community
•    BNP Paribas MixCity which fosters better representation of women at all levels of the organization
•    Ability, the mutual aid network for employees with a disability or a disabling or chronic illness
•    BNP Paribas CulturAll which celebrates diverse backgrounds

BNP is committed to financing a carbon-neutral economy by 2050. The Group is a founding member of the Net-Zero Banking Alliance and has set up its own Low Carbon Transition Group to support its clients through their energy transitions.


More information 
BNP Paribas – Diversity & Inclusion Journey
BNP Paribas – The Bank Of Green Changes 

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