If you see yourself as a dynamic leader with great language skills, a wealth of specialist banking knowledge and significant stature in the Hong Kong banking community, read on. One of the three banknote-issuing banks in Hong Kong is recruiting a replacement deputy chief executive - head of corporate banking (DCE), a replacement chief operating officer, and is also looking for someone to fill the new role of chief risk officer. The Bank of China (Hong Kong), or BOCHK, is a leading commercial banking group in Hong Kong and offers a comprehensive range of financial products to retail and corporate customers. In addition to about 290 branches and more than 400 cash points in Hong Kong, it operates 14 branches and sub-branches in the mainland to 'meet the cross-border banking needs of its Hong Kong and mainland customers', company secretary and head of investor relations Jason Yeung said. While the deputy chief executive will be expected to provide overall leadership for all business and support units within corporate banking, the position requires assisting the chief executive with the formulation of long- and short-term objectives and strategies in the corporate banking marketplace. The chief risk officer will lead the bank's entire risk management framework, although assisting the chief executive and board of directors is another facet of this role. 'The chief operating officer will head the information technology department, bank-wide operations department and corporate services department,' Mr Yeung said. A track record of risk management experience at a leading financial institution is essential, coupled with a clear understanding of the market economy, and international and local regulatory requirements. Regardless of its specialisation, each role was based in Hong Kong, was well rewarded and offered a gateway into a 'challenging and rewarding career that will further [the candidate's] personal development'. 'To further strengthen our overall management structure, all three positions are at the deputy chief executive level and act as a key member of the senior management team in our bank,' Mr Yeung said. The BOCHK expected successful candidates to bring to bear their experience and expertise in their particular areas of responsibility and trust so that they could 'contribute to the strategic development of the business of our bank', he said. If you think you have what it takes you should be 'highly experienced in banking and financial services' and 'highly experienced at dealing with clients in Hong Kong, the mainland and overseas'.