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Corporate Strategy Manager

Employer
Invesco
Location
Shanghai, China
Salary
Market Competitive
Closing date
Mar 28, 2024

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Job Function
Other
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Education
Bachelors
Overview:

The Corporate Strategy Manager will report to the Associate Director, Corporate Strategy, Asia Pacific.

The Position will focus on the execution of Invesco's China business development, especially in monitoring and analyzing China's domestic policy and regulation evolution and geopolitical issues that might impact Invesco. This includes but not limited to supporting public affairs engagements, working on regulatory research, and assisting Invesco's China business development initiatives.

The Position will work as a team to help execute a proactive public policy and stakeholder management program to impact favorably the company's operating environment in Greater China and increase the company's reputation and brand presence with key policy makers in China.

He/She will work closely with the key business partners in the region, and other stakeholders and technical experts from across the Group to help execute a proactive public policy and stakeholder management program. The successful delivery of the program would increase the company's reputation and brand presence with key policy makers in China. This will include building strong relationships with the key business partners across the legal and compliance, investment, product development, distribution, and operations teams.

The Position will also assist and support other China related strategy planning and execution work, plus other regional strategic work as needed.

Key Responsibilities :

The successful candidate must have a broad business orientation and excellent writing skills, and will have responsibility for the following:
  • Provide insights of China's domestic policy and regulation evolution and maintain good working relations with external public policy stakeholders on issues affecting Invesco in China
  • Liaising with business colleagues across Invesco to ensure effective monitoring and co-ordination of public policy issues in the region
  • Advocate for Invesco to bring external perspectives within and beyond China back into the company in written format to inform our perception and direction
  • Work collaboratively with legal and compliance, and investment teams across China (onshore and offshore) to work on market access (and related issues) and development over the capital market opening in China


Qualifications / Work Experience:
  • Educated to graduate or post-graduate level
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal in English and Chinese a must
  • Team player, good collaboration skills, able to build trust at all levels across the business
  • Good policy skills; ability to grasp and understand the significance and potential impact of a wide range of public policy issues and identify risks and opportunities for Invesco
  • Strong relationship building and interpersonal skills at all levels of the organisation
  • Good understanding of the public policy environment in which Invesco operates. Public affairs, public policy or government relations experience, preferably in the financial services sector
  • Excellent knowledge of asset management public policy landscape, particularly China/Hong Kong
  • Strong understanding of the asset management business from a commercial and operational perspective.
  • Must be willing to frequently travel within China


Skills / Other Personal Attributes Required :
  • Strong organisational skills; flexible, able to work on range of issues and prioritise
  • A self-confident, responsible, optimistic self-starter with a positive attitude and a "can-do" attitude.
  • Maturity, judgement
  • Ability to prioritise in consultation with stakeholders and build support for and understanding of their strategy both among stakeholders and implementers
  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision

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