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  • Posted: Jun 2, 2021
    Deadline: Jun 18, 2021
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  • The African Export Import Bank (the "Bank”) was established in Abuja, Nigeria in October, 1993 by African Governments, African private and institutional investors as well as non-African financial institutions and private investors for the purpose of financing, promoting and expanding intra-African and extra-African trade. The Bank was established under...
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    Manager, Client Relations (Anglophone West Africa)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR033

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder will also be required to identify the Bank’s key / core customers in the Region by sector and draw up Account Management Plans for the purpose of maximizing cross selling of the Bank’s products and services;
    • Implements client coverage for a given portfolio of clients with deliberate cultivation based on proactive individualized plans. These plans would be developed in coordination with the product teams and should be designed to increase client engagement;
    • Implements regional service coverage for provision of an impeccable client service to each client or government organization. This includes timely turn around in terms of responses to client inquiries;
    • Works with other deal team members across the Bank’s products and geographies to ensure timely transaction processing;
    • Generate bankable leads through anticipating customer needs and finding out what information, products, or services the customer requires to meet his/her needs, providing clear, accurate and relevant information;
    • Ensuring a strong working knowledge of client portfolios / products with the Bank;
    • Resolving customers’ queries within agreed authority;
    • Producing call reports and file notes after any client meetings, summarising any additional actions required, including follow-up calls, and reviewing call reports produced by team members;
    • Sales activity planning, including reviewing existing customer files to identify sales opportunities;
    • Undertaking commercial negotiations;
    • Managing new business pitches;
    • Compliance with legal requirements, industry regulations, organisational policies, and professional codes;
    • Assisting in the preparation of annual Regional Strategic and Marketing Plans derived from the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval;
    • Preparing new business Pre-Assessment Memos and Credit Proposals from the region, Product teams and Head Office and making recommendations on the same to the Regional Chief Operating Officer and Director, Client Relations;
    • Where required, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Maintaining and improving the Bank’s image across the continent; and
    • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements - Qualification and Skill

    • Bachelor’s Degree and Post-graduate Degree in Business, Banking, Finance, or other relevant field from a recognized University;
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a leading financial services organisation and familiarity with the major trade finance products to be offered to clients especially syndication, co-financing, club deals, correspondent banking products including letters of credit, factoring, forfaiting, structured trade finance, carbon financing, corporate finance risk participations, project-related financing, and considerable knowledge of how these work;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates, and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’s mandate.

    Contractual information:

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Abuja, Nigeria.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Manager, Administration (Business Continuity Management)

    Reference Number: FDSBLR005
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities
    Corporate Procurement

    • Procurement management - Implement a Bank-wide goods, services and works procurement management system in accordance with the Bank’s policies and procedures ensuring competitive bidding for best value, and open and free competition for all Bank procurement and timely supply of quality goods and services to the Bank.
    • Procurement policy – Coordinates and documents enhancements and amendments to the Bank’s procurement policies and operating guidelines and ensures diligent application.
    • Procurement Planning - Plan and carryout pre-procurement activities in line with and in support of business objectives. Develop and execute annual procurement plans for all Bank locations.
    • Procurement Tender Committees - Run professional tender processes to ensure objective selection of suppliers for goods and services.
    • Procurement Activities - Carryout routine activities to purchase goods and services for the Bank from local and international markets.
    • Reporting - Prepare relevant procurement reports.
    • Vendor performance management – Negotiate contracts with suppliers to deliver best value to the Bank, apply appropriate supply and service level agreements for goods and services and implement a critical vendor performance management and capacity development program. 
    • Due diligence – Carry out required technical and other due diligences.

    Business Continuity Services:

    • Coordinate the BCCP; including setting up and providing governance for project teams if required.
    • Proactively identify and develop risks controls where appropriate, for risks related to business continuity, crisis management, people and facilities.
    • Draw up BCCP Budgets.
    • Commission and supervise Readiness Testing and make recommendations arising from results of the testing.
    • Report the status of the BCCP capability.
    • Provide hands-on assistance to staff and their families upon the occurrence of a Contingency Trigger.
    • Evaluate Contingency Trigger threats and make recommendations for triggering the BCCP to ensure that any Contingency Trigger does not cause a shutdown of business.
    • Conduct frequent Business Impact assessments and ensure remedial actions are completed.
    • Act as the secretary to the Emergency Management Committee (EMC).
    • Define and own the annual BCM programme including co-ordination of input from other risk mitigation functions.
    • Align, secure and develop resources to enable programme success and required levels of reliability to be achieved.
    • Sponsor the production and distribution of all BCM related documentation and awareness materials.
    • Support Branch Managers and Department/Unit heads in the management of BCM related risk.

    General Support Services:

    • Budget Management – Develop annual administrative capital and operating expenditure plans and budgets and carry out periodic variance analyses for all locations.
    • Accounts Payables Management – Review and process all Bank administrative capital and operating expenditure ensuring compliance with budget and applicable financial management policies and procedures.
    • Petty cash management – Oversee management of the Bank’s petty cash floats.
    • Automation - Champion the implementation and use of the Accounts payable procurement, material and logistics SAP modules, ensuring uptake and institutionalization within the Bank and gaining of all necessary operational efficiencies.
    • Physical Assets Registers - Implement a Bank-wide physical asset tracking and management system in accordance with the Bank’s policies and procedures.
    • Physical Assets Operation and Maintenance - Ensure all Bank assets and vehicles are well maintained and kept in good operating condition.
    • Physical Assets Disposal – Coordinate asset disposal processes. 
    • Insurance – Put in place and maintain adequate insurance cover to protect the Bank and Bank assets against all sorts of operating risks.
    • Inventory management – Implement a Bank-wide and centralized stores management system for the Bank’s supplies and consumables.
    • Front Desk Management - Oversee the management of the Bank’s reception (front desk) and call centre activities.
    • Guest Management - Implement a guest management system.
    •  Meeting Management - Implement a Bank-wide and professional meeting room reservation and management system.
    • Laissez Passer and ID cards – Coordinate issuance and administering of Bank Laissez Passer and other identification documents and security access badges.
    • Telecommunication System – Oversee the management of the Banks telecommunication and audio-visual systems.
    • Mail management – Implement a Bank-wide professional and efficient mail, courier and faxes management system.
    • Shipments – Coordinate inbound and outbound shipments.
    • Records – Support implementation of a Bank-wide standardized filing, indexing, archiving and document management system for both hard copies and electronic records.
    • Reprographic management – Oversee the Bank’s printing activities.
    • Catering Management – Oversee operations of the Bank cafeteria and kitchenettes.
    • Service Management – Oversee provision of Administrative Services to the Bank and Staff in line with established Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Put in place and manage a system for receiving, responding, tracking and reporting service requests and attainment of SLAs. 
    • Audit – Point of contact for consultation and queries with internal and external auditors.
    • Branches – Provides required support to branch office managers.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • A relevant First Degree and a post-graduate degree from a leading University in either Economics, Commerce, Procurement, Finance, Accounting, Law, Business Administration or other disciplines relevant to the position or relevant professional qualification in lieu of the post-graduate degree.
    • Sound general management experience of at least 8 years in a similar senior role with a leading large commercial and or internationally recognized organization.
    • Demonstrable organizational, leadership and planning skills.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of procurement and administrative practices.
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates and governments.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Proven experience in local and international procurement including ability to successfully carryout complex procurements.
    • Ability to work with suppliers and build long term competitive supply relationships.
    • Ability to analyse data and give presentations to all levels of management.
    • Ability to influence, communicate effectively and work with minimum supervision.
    • Proven experience in business support services. The candidate must demonstrate experience and knowledge of managing support services in a fairly complex environment. Knowledge of computerised support services systems is desirable; Proven experience in corporate travel and tourism management.
    • Demonstrable organizational and planning skills.
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.
    • Innovativeness, pro-activeness and results driven.
    • Strong problem-solving skills and positive business impact.
    • Excellent customer service skills and willingness to work long hours.
    • High level of integrity and confidentiality.
    • Excellent Negotiation skills.

    Contractual information:

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to " Fabio" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Manager, Client Relations (Southern Africa)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR030
    Location: Harare, Zimbabwe

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder will also be required to identify the Bank’s key / core customers in each region by sector and draw up Account Management Plans for the purpose of maximizing cross selling of the Bank’s products and services.
    • Implements client coverage for a given portfolio of clients with deliberate cultivation based on proactive individualized plans. These plans would be developed in coordination with the product teams and should be designed to increase client engagement.
    • Implements regional service coverage for provision of an impeccable client service to each client or government organization. This includes timely turn around in terms of responses to client inquiries.
    • Works with other deal team members across the Bank’s products and geographies to ensure timely transaction processing.
    • Generate bankable leads through anticipating customer needs and finding out what information, products, or services the customer requires to meet his/her needs, providing clear, accurate and relevant information.
    • Ensuring a strong working knowledge of client portfolios / products with the Bank.
    • Resolving customers’ queries within agreed authority.
    • Producing call reports and file notes after any client meetings, summarizing any additional actions required, including follow-up calls and reviewing call reports produced by team members.
    • Sales activity planning, including reviewing existing customer files to identify sales opportunities.
    • Undertaking commercial negotiations.
    • Managing new business pitches.
    • Compliance with legal requirements, industry regulations, organizational policies, and professional codes.
    • Assisting in the preparation of annual Regional Strategic and Marketing Plans derived from the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval.
    • Preparing new business Pre-Assessment Memos and Credit Proposals from the region, Product teams and Head Office and making recommendations on the same to the Regional Manager and Director, Client Relations.
    • Where required, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known.
    • Maintaining and improving the Bank’s image across the continent.
    • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements
    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Bachelor’s degree and post graduate degree in Business Administration, Banking, Finance or other relevant field from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in Banking in lieu of a postgraduate degree.
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a leading financial services organisation and familiarity with the major trade finance products to be offered to clients especially syndication, co-financing, club deals, correspondent banking products including letters of credit, factoring, forfaiting, structured trade finance, carbon financing, corporate finance risk participations, project-related financing and considerable knowledge of how these work.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa.
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Portuguese. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French and Arabic).
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’s mandate.
    • Ability to demonstrate prior experience in closing deals/transactions relevant to the Banks’ core mandate of promoting intra and extra African Trade.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Harare.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" via: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Manager, Credit Quality Assurance (Assurances & Safeguards - Eastern & Southern Africa)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR013
    Location: Harare, Zimbabwe

    Responsibilities

    • The main purpose of the role is to support the Senior Manager in the delivery of a robust Credit Quality Assurance program that ensures sound quality in the credit portfolio through effective monitoring and review of the credit environment, processes and related developments, and ensuring compliance with policies and approval terms and conditions throughout the life of the credit facility.
    • The credit quality assurance process is expected to provide transparency and assurance on how effectively credit risks are being managed, including conducting of monitoring and evaluation procedures provided for under the RMPPs, formulating and implementing corrective action plans, and early warning indicators, bringing to management’s attention any notable adverse credit developments, thus allowing for timely remedial actions to be taken by the Credit Quality Assurance Unit (CQAU) or other departments as the case may be.
    • The CQA Manager shall execute his/her duties with a focus on portfolio monitoring; review; remediation of facilities in an assigned portfolio, as well as, providing timely and comprehensive reports as advised by the Senior Manager. Allocation of responsibilities may be by geography, product or other specialism as may be determined by the Senior Manager.

    Credit Quality Monitoring:

    • Perform scheduled and event-triggered credit quality monitoring activities, including site visits,  on specific credit facilities and the credit environment including assessment and monitoring of the following:
      • Adherence to credit policies, procedures, methodologies, approach, and systems used in credit risk management and recommend/monitor implementation of corrective actions as considered appropriate.
      • Adherence to credit covenants, undertakings and other terms and conditions of a credit facility.
      • Adherence to margining requirements for security (collateral) held to ensure security values do not fall below the set thresholds and call for security enhancement or top-up as necessary.
      • Financial and operational performance of the borrower (s).
      • Impact of trigger-events and other emerging credit problem areas.
      • Country, industry, and sector risk developments.

    Credit Portfolio Review:

    • Perform scheduled and event-triggered credit portfolio reviews on the credit portfolio. The reviews shall cover at the minimum:
      • Asset quality reviews - appraisal of the conduct and profitability of individual credit facility; risk grade review; analysis of the borrower’s financial statements and other qualitative attributes.
      • Credit approval process review - examining the approval process credit facility went through, including pre-assessment, credit approval, disbursement, and credit administration.
      • Administrative and documentation review - verifying the existence and adequacy of the documents associated with credit facility files, including completeness of credit grading and accuracy of loan grades assigned by credit officers.
      • Collateral (security) review - physical check of all security and loan documents, confirmation of registration status, assessment of the value and enforceability of collateral.
      • Compliance review - compliance with internal policies and procedures including mandate requirements, adherence to loan covenants.

    Loan Remediation:

    • Quality of Assigned Portfolio - Manage an assigned portfolio of distressed credit facilities / loans to within approved risk appetite limits, and performance metrics.
    • Remedial Strategies - Define and recommend appropriate loan work-out /remedial strategies including but not limited to restructuring, rescheduling to that reduce the Bank’s credit risk and maximize return by and maintaining acceptable asset quality.
    • Strong Partnerships - Collaborate with other key stakeholders in the Bank including Business Development, Credit Assessment, and Operations for the timely resolution of sub-performing credit facilities.
    • Engagement with Legal - Work closely with and support legal counsel for the initiation and implementation of approved acceleration and enforcement work out plans.
    • Risk Measurement - Ensure the appropriate risk grading and staging of all facilities in the assigned portfolio as well as the preparation and submission of timely, reliable, and comprehensive remediation Internal Memos and Reports.
    • Record Keeping - Maintain appropriate records including comprehensive and up-to-date customer credit information, correspondences, minutes, work-out memoranda, and such other relevant information for all facilities in the assigned portfolio.
    • Collateral Adequacy - Ensure that the security package for all facilities in the assigned portfolio is perfected, with the most recent asset valuations as appropriate.
    • Credit Governance - Support the Loan Quality Committee with reliable and timely information necessary for informing the staging and loan loss provisioning process of the Bank.

    Reporting:

    • Prepare and submit accurate and timely reports to Senior Manager for review and sign-off on a monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual basis for Management, RISTRAC, EXMAF and relevant Board committees, highlighting performance against defined credit quality parameters.

    Relationship Management:

    • Develop and maintain effective internal and external relationships through individual contacts and Bank facilitated forums.
    • Represent the CQA Unit as delegated by the Senior Manager, in internal and external meetings and committees.
    • Maintain a high-level relationship with rating agencies to understand and implement compliance requirements to maintain a high rating for the Bank.
    • Maintain high-level relationships with industry associations and CQA heads of peer organizations to enhance capacity building and benchmarking of best practices, executing joint projects to address shared risks and concerns, developing outlines of new methodologies and frameworks, etc.
    • Any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements
    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Postgraduate Degree in Commerce, Banking, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Risk Management. A professional qualification in a relevant area such as banking, risk management, or accounting may be accepted in lieu of a post – graduate degree.
    • At least 8 years banking experience, specifically covering credit risk management, debt restructuring / recovery, country, and sector risk analysis, structured and project finance.
    • Good written and oral communication skills in English.
    • Understanding of credit risk and country risk management processes and methodologies.
    • Understanding of credit risk mitigations and financing mechanisms including structured trade finance, project finance, and syndications.
    • Knowledge of Africa and its banking industry.
    • Broad knowledge of applicable statutes, laws and regulations that govern banking and lending activities in different parts of Africa.
    • Understanding of the Bank’s systems, policies, procedures, and practices.
    • Good written and oral communication skills.
    • Competency in MS suite (Word, Excel, PPT).
    • Ability to work under pressure.
    • Good leadership and people skills.

    Benefits and Contractual information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Harare, Zimbabwe.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Assistant Manager, Human Resources (HR Operations)

    Reference Number: LASBLR05
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Manpower Planning: The role will assist in ensuring that all new staff requests, both temporary and permanent are properly justified and aligned to the Bank’s strategic plan and the appropriate reports presented to the Staff Management Committee for approval. Preparing and updating the Bank’s manpower plan as required for budgeting and cost management purposes;
    • Contracting & Onboarding of Staff: Assist in process of managing the contracting process with new staff and existing staff who have moved into new roles including preparing draft offers, negotiating, and following up on sign on, background and qualifications checks management. Also, to support the onboarding/registration of newly signed on staff and/or staff who have changed roles into the HR system to ensure that the staff file is complete before being sent to the Talent Acquisition team for induction planning;
    • Job Structure Management: Assist the SM HR Operations in managing the process of job analysis and job evaluation as may be required from time to time to ensure that all jobs have relevant job descriptions and are graded appropriately. This would include managing the Bank’s job evaluation system as may be implemented from time to time;
    • Pay Structure Planning, Analysis & Management: Assist in the development application and maintenance of the Bank’s pay structure, incentives’ structure (short term incentive plan-STIP and Long-Term Incentive Plan-LTIP) and recognition policies and guidelines to ensure the adoption of best practice and alignment to the strategic objectives of the Bank. This would include carrying out regular reward surveys, analyzing trends and preparing reports with recommendations as may be required;
    • Performance Reward: Provide support and assist with a range of reward initiatives, including managing the annual performance reward cycle, pay reviews including benchmarking, reward incentives schemes, including; preparing reward proposals (i.e. pay review, performance bonus and incentive awards) for the Staff Management Committee and the Remuneration Committee of the Board as guided by the SM HROP and Compensation Statements;
    • Benefits Management & Administration: Providing support to the process of managing all staff benefits including staff insurance (medical, life, GPA, etc.) the retirement benefits scheme, Employee Housing Scheme (EAHOS) etc. This includes liaising with the external service providers, ensuring that the relevant guidelines for the management of these benefits are applied consistently and provision of reward advice, support, and data from regular surveys on industry practice to facilitate the cost-effective management and administration of employee compensation and benefits;
    • Reporting: Contribute to the department’s monthly and annual reporting with the relevant HR metrics and information related to reward and benefits management;
    • Off-Boarding: Manage the exit process for all departing staff (permanent & temporary) to ensure that all termination procedures (including system actions) and payment of any terminal benefits have been completed as per the Bank’s rules policies and procedures. Ongoing analysis of key data relating to employee exit trends and preparation of reports and recommendations to management;
    • HR Systems: Support the HR Systems & automation process by continually identifying required enhancements to existing systems to ensure that all reward and benefits management processes are optimized and able to support HR reporting, analytics and data integrity whilst also delivering a positive employee experience. Also, to ensure the necessary administration;
    • HR Policies & Procedures: Assist in the process of input in the development of, application and maintenance of the Bank’s HR Staff Handbook, whose custodian is the HR Operations function;
    • Any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised University and a relevant Post Graduate Degree in HR / Psychology / Business Management / Commerce or another related field;
    • A professional qualification in HR is an added advantage;
    • A background in providing consulting services in HR, especially in the area of reward and benefits management including carrying out salary surveys, carrying out job evaluations and building grade structures, building salary structures, etc. is highly advantageous;
    • Experience in the financial services industry is essential;
    • A minimum of 5 years consulting/industry HR experience, with expertise in Reward & Benefits Management. Experience in the financial services or consulting industry is essential;
    • Impeccable computer skills including the full suite of MS Office applications with strong excel skills;
    • Experience of using HR systems is essential with exposure to SuccessFactors being critical. Experience with other systems such as SAP, Oracle can also be an advantage;
    • High levels of integrity and confidentiality;
    • Resilient individual who is effective in engaging with stakeholders and staff at all levels as well as working with service providers to achieve required outcomes;
    • A team player with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to operate in a multi-cultural environment;
    • Ability to function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of HR practices in Africa;
    • A self-starter with demonstrable organisation and planning skills, effective prioritization using a project management approach and a customer service focus;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank’s other official languages will be an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lisa Stroud" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Treasury & Markets (PAPSS Settlements)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR031
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of this role is to support the Treasurer’s function that deals with the PAPSS settlement initiative. The incumbent will support the Treasurer and take a supervisory lead role in ensuring that the PAPSS Settlement Process is effectively and efficiently run;
    • The role will also support the Treasurer in developing a solid best-in-class treasury PAPSS function which is a go-to all PAPSS settlement activities;
    • The role will further support the Treasurer in crafting and executing a treasury PAPSS Settlement Operational Strategy that reduces the PAPSS Participants’ Hers tat risk and ensures that each Participants’ financial obligations are made good as they fall due at the end-of-day;

    Treasury PAPSS Settlement Management:

    • Manage the daily treasury PAPSS settlement and confirmation processes ensuring that all payments are confirmed and executed within defined cut-off times;
    • The approval and release of payments that may require human intervention from a settlement perspective, to participants;

    Treasury PAPSS Activities Analysis:

    • Analyse all final approved inter-participant settlement stage transactions into the general ledger;
    • Responsible for the end-to-end overdraft and collateral management in the PAPSS system as well as the Core Banking system;
    • Monitor all of participating parties Overdraft Loan activities and review performance on a periodic basis;

    Treasury PAPSS Reconciliations and Investigations:

    • Responsible for all PAPSS settlement reconciliations and overdraft utilisations on an intra-day and end of day basis;
    • Responsible for the investigation and resolution of any claims or queries relating to the PAPSS participants' activities on the platform;
    • Responsible for ensuring that all matters are closed and highlighted in the PAPSS end-of-day report;

    Treasury PAPSS Settlement Data Ownership and Custody:

    • Ownership and safe custody of all treasury PAPSS settlement data valuable for research analytics;
    • Responsible for the storage and recording of off-site settlement data necessary for the Bank’s research activities that relate to the PAPSS initiative;
    • Supporting the PAPSS Participating parties’ teams in all aspects of settlements by learning their responsibilities also and using the knowledge to improve the PAPSS efficiency;

    Treasury PAPSS Reporting, Team management and Communication:

    • Maintaining and providing periodic treasury PAPSS Settlement reporting to senior management as and when required;
    • Work closely with Finance and other stakeholders to ensure that all accounting processes take account of the complexities associated with settlement and banking;
    • Responsible for maintaining effective communication channels with participating entities, and colleagues including Management on matters that relate to PAPSS settlement activities;
    • Responsible for ensuring that within the treasury PAPSS team there is adequate cover during absences by initiating frequent staff training and practice sessions;
    • Responsible for ensuring that all PAPSS functional activities are fully documented, including a periodical update;

    Other:

    • Any other duties that may be assigned to the role holder by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements - Qualification and Skill

    • A First Degree in a relevant discipline i.e. Accounting, Financial Management, Economics, Numerical or other related disciplines and a Postgraduate Degree in a relevant field. Recognised professional certification in a relevant field may be acceptable in lieu of a Postgraduate Degree;
    • Master's Degree in area of Finance, Economics, Accountancy or MBA with a specialisation in Finance or Mathematical Sciences with a speciality in Financial Mathematics;
    • Recognised Professional Qualification in Treasury Settlements will be a strong added advantage;
    • A minimum of 8 years of experience working in a treasury settlement function either in a corporate institution, but preferably in the financial services industry;
    • Solid grounding in financial systems database methodologies and financial modelling;
    • Solid experience in working with Treasury Management Systems and/or inter-company netting processes;
    • Operational experience in a financial department with significant systems exposure;
    • Previous experience in a treasury environment and solid understanding of treasury operations;
    • People and project management;
    • Knowledge of treasury, debt capital markets, financial instruments, and structures;
    • Advanced Excel skills and computer literacy (e.g. SQL, Crystal Reports);
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese); and
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources from varied cultural backgrounds to attain goals.

    Contractual information:

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Manager, Guarantees & Specialised Finance (Guarantees)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR003
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Job Description
    The Manager, Guarantee will be responsible for developing, structuring and executing transactions using the Bank’s guarantee products in line with the Bank’s mandate of using Risk Bearing Instrument (“RBI”) to promote trade and trade-related investments in Africa. The position holder will be part of the Guarantee and Specialized Finance function, whose main objectives include:

    • Managing the Afreximbank Guarantee Programme (AFGAP) under which the Bank deploy its risk bearing instruments to promote trade and trade-related investments in Africa in line with the Bank’s Exim-plus objectives.
    • Fostering partnership with relevant institutions including commercial banks, ECAs, DFIs, Multilaterals, insurance entities, guarantee and other specialized finance institutions to advance the realization of AFGAP objectives.
    • Using the Bank’s guarantee programme and other instruments to leverage resources (local and international), to create capacity to support growing demand for trade finance in Africa
    • Structuring bankable transactions using the Bank’s risk enhancement and other risk mitigation products to   support overall achievement of the Bank’s strategic goals;
    • Ensuring that appropriate guarantee instruments are used to help de-risk the Bank’s balance sheet for effective and optimal capital usage.
    • Working closely with key internal parties to ensure seamless and successful implementation and operation of the Bank’s guarantee programme.  
    • Leading business development of the AFGAP by growing the Bank’s guarantees portfolio including identifying and vetting prospective clients in partnership with relevant internal deal teams;
    • Marketing of the Bank’s Guarantee Programme by actively working with relevant internal and external partners to market the Bank’s guarantee programme to clients including potential clients and other users of the programme.

    Responsibilities
    Deal Origination and Structuring:

    • Work closely with client relationship team secure guarantee and other unfunded risk mandates from existing and potential clients of the Bank
    • Identify, negotiate and execute profitable transactions including trade, capital market, projects and export development transactions using the Bank’s guarantee programme and other related arrangements.
    • Co-ordinate borrower due diligence, deal structuring and pricing negotiations.
    • Build and or evaluate financial models, specifically project cash flow models, relating to guarantee and other specialized finance transactions.

    Marketing:

    • Work closely with client relationship team, AFGAP-TFIs, guarantee and other unfunded risk partners, commercial banks, DFIs, multilaterals and Africa focused deal originating entities to identify transactions to be supported using the Bank’s guarantee instruments.
    • Actively market the Bank’s guarantee product to African corporates, non-African corporates, commercial banks (African and non-African), multilaterals, DFIs, ECAs and other specialized financial institutions including Insurance and guarantee institutions.
    • Coordinate and/or participate in deal roadshows and co-financing partner calling programmes to support expansion of the Bank’s guarantee and other specialized finance activities.
    • Provide feedback and lead to other origination team on potential opportunity that you come across relating to projects, export development, capital market and trade transactions that you will help the Bank in the realization of its strategic objective.

    Relationship Management:

    • Establish and maintain a diversified network of guarantee and other specialized risk mitigation solution partners including insurance market, development agencies, DFIs, ECAs, multilaterals, commercial banks (local and international), among others.
    • Work closely with Client Relationship team to develop and maintain strong network of senior level African financial institutions, corporates, sovereign and sub-sovereign, African exporter, importer and project sponsor contacts to facilitate securing of guarantee mandates.
    • Manage the Bank’s relationships with wide network of professional advisors, consultants and deal originators to facilitate deal due diligence.
    • Devise and implement enhanced cooperation in projects, capital market offering, capital goods and services import and export finance, trade finance transactions within and across Africa and between Africa and the rest of the world.
    • Work closely with internal parties including relevant committees to ensure effective deployment and utilization of the Bank’s AFGAP programme.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Master’s Degree in Finance, Banking, Economics, Management or a related field from a good university.
    • A professional qualification in Finance, Banking, Risk Management, Accounting or International Trade Finance or related disciplines or Certificate for Specialists in Demand Guarantees (CSDG®) will be an added advantage.
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a leading organization and familiarity and working knowledge in guarantees and risk underwriting involving trade and project finance products;
    • At least 5 years of experience in dealing with risk mitigation products, project and export & international trade finance and good understanding of the medium to long-term cross border debt markets, with proven background in risk management, financial modelling, credit analysis, loan documentation and corporate finance.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting and therefore knowledge of the workings of the main segments of the African project and export finance markets;
    • Constructive deal team leadership and strong teamwork approach.
    • Ability to engage senior officials of banks, corporates and governments to leverage the Bank’s guarantee and specialized finance products;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages (French, Arabic and Portuguese) is an added advantage
    • Willingness to travel extensively and to work long hours where required in order to achieve the Bank's objectives;
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to build and nurture relationships with internal and external counterparties to attain goals.
    • Sales, marketing and negotiation skills;
    • Knowledge and understanding of the financing programmes offered by specialized guarantee institutions, export credit agencies, insurance institutions, development agencies offering guarantees especially those with focus on Africa project, export and buyer credit financing arrangements;
    • Proven ability to win mandates with minimal supervision and proven ability to execute and close strategic transactions;
    • Good knowledge of the ICC and other international rules governing guarantees including URDG 758 and ISP98 is an added advantage.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Project Preparation (Francophone)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR027
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Identify and assess project development and investment opportunities based on country and sector strategies and market creation potential.
    • Develop a strong pipeline of good quality investment opportunities through proactive origination/business development and developing and employing sector/country knowledge with a focus on Francophone countries.
    • Lead project development initiatives, which includes the development of prefeasibility and feasibility studies, design of new business models, bankability assessment and implementation plans for development projects that lead to Afreximbank investments.
    • Conduct sector-specific data analysis and stress-testing of various operating models to help generate ideas for new projects, new products and platform businesses.
    • Design and implement scalable solutions and platforms that can be replicated across markets.
    • Spot game-changing trends, technologies and business models that can bring solutions to member countries.
    • Supervise the production of regular reports on the assigned project portfolio including monitoring progress against project milestones and KPIs.
    • Collaborate with stakeholders and form partnerships with staff across Afreximbank, sponsors, clients and other external parties to enable delivery of projects.
    • Help build external recognition of Afreximbank’s distinctive capabilities in working in project development to catalyze greater flow of investment opportunities in the sector.
    • Work with the Head of Project Preparation to mobilize third-party capital.
    • From time to time and depending on workload and team needs, execute viable investment transactions in priority sectors (due-diligence, valuation, financial analysis, transaction structuring, documentation, negotiations etc.) that maximize development impact.
    • Any other duties as assigned by senior management.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • A First Degree in Business, Finance, Economics, Engineering and post graduate degree or equivalent professional qualification in Business, Finance, Economics, or another relevant field.
    • At least 8 years of experience in the project and infrastructure finance sector, with a proven track record in project development preparing feasibility studies, financial models, hands-on advisory and/or consulting functions, or in an investment related function, developing and closing deals.
    • Strong, demonstrated understanding and proven hands on experience in at least one of the following sectors: energy, transport and logistics, healthcare, agro-processing, light manufacturing, heavy industry, ICT, hospitality and tourism.
    • Regional knowledge of countries and understanding of infrastructure challenges faced by countries within the continent will be a plus.
    • Ability to interact directly and independently with the senior management of potential clients, financial and technical partners as well as senior government officials.
    • Genuine commitment to development and to Afreximbank’s mission, strategy and values.
    • Capacity to innovate and challenge the status quo. Proven track record in new idea generation, business development, and creating projects/programs from scratch.
    • Experience in monitoring and reporting on a portfolio of projects/programs/initiatives.
    • Outstanding analytical and critical thinking skills; demonstrated ability to synthetize complex information and make concrete strategic and tactical recommendations.
    • Excellent people skills, openness to feedback, new ideas, and ability to guide, and motivate others.
    • Strong inter-personal skills, ability to interact effectively with clients and colleagues from various cultural backgrounds.
    • Strong written and verbal communications skills in French.
    • Willingness to travel extensively and to work long hours where required in order to achieve the Bank's objectives.
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Trade Information (Trade Portals)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR031
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of work entails assisting the Bank in and contributing to the realization of the objectives set by Senior Management for the Trade Information Unit. 
    • The primary goal of the role will be to manage business strategy and achieve annual revenue targets by driving the adoption of the Trade Portals in the market.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for:

    • P&L management, Business Planning and Business Operations for the portals;
    • Working cross-functionally to deliver high quality portal management;
    • Developing mechanisms, processes, and measurement of the portals to understand what is working and what needs improvement;
    • Conduct monthly and quarterly business reviews and annual resource planning;
    • Engaging Third Party Partners to unlock additional growth opportunities;
    • Take responsibility for quality control of the final data and information presented on the portals;
    • Goal setting and alignment with stakeholders (product & strategy).
    • The main responsibility of the Manager (Trade Portals) is to manage all aspects of the Unit’s digital offering from launch, sales, marketing, promotion, and market uptake; in addition to managing the third-party relationships vis a vie support, maintenance, and future enhancements.
    • Specifically, the Candidate under the guidance of Head, Trade Information is expected to undertake on behalf of the Bank, among others, the tasks listed hereunder:
    • Drive sales activities to maximize revenue opportunities via detailed customer knowledge;
    • Liaise between internal teams (Client Relations, Innovations & Product development, and Commercialization & Market Solutions), as a central coordination function, to ensure sales activity for the portals is directed towards areas of maximum profitable revenue;
    • Establish intuitive reporting methodologies, perform ad-hoc market analysis as required to support strategy and analyze performance;
    • Continuously produce actionable information in support of Retain, Develop and Acquire initiatives - to assist in preparation of customer lists for campaigning, ensure appropriate customer segmentation, and validate campaign offerings;
    • Ensure all data sources are leveraged to maximize value;
    • Cross-check primary and secondary data sources to ensure adoption of consistent process/methodologies/source data (modelling, assumptions, use of external data sources) for continuous enhancement of the Portals;
    • Initiate and coordinate all data collection activities;
    • Work closely with other teams in the Bank to anticipate analytic needs and to quantify the impact of existing features, future product changes, and marketing campaigns.
    • Analyze, forecast, and build custom reports to make key performance indicators and insights available to the wider Bank;
    • Monitor, optimize, and report on marketing and growth metrics- make recommendations based on analytics and customer test findings;
    • Measure and feedback effectiveness of Portal Sales and Marketing activities;
    • Central administration of the portals- align all teams to ensure data quality and efficient processes;
    • Review customer findings, analyze results and share recommendations − Single point of contact inside the Bank for end user issue escalation and resolution (knowledge gaps, defects, enhancements);
    • Build business cases and models to quantify new opportunities, using data and sound business judgment.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • 10+ years in Digital Platform Management (ideally trade related);
    • Master's Degree in business management; computer sciences; information systems, data sciences; or economics (with a specialty in International Trade); or other related fields from a recognized University;
    • Data and Platform Management: Digitally savvy and comfortable with technology, you will have knowledge of / interest in the latest digital / research solutions, platforms, and functionality of digital tools;
    • Customer/market orientated;
    • Ability to combine strong analytical skills with business knowledge;
    • Results orientated with ability to develop and evolve long-term strategies while driving tactical initiatives;
    • Organization and time management skills – self-motivated in a fast-paced environment and able to effectively juggle multiple projects, deliverables, and deadlines simultaneously while ensuring work is accurate, and generally error-free;
    • Teamwork and Open Minded: Effective team member who demonstrates a strong spirit of collaboration, openness towards people of different cultures, and a proactive attitude to build relationships with / consult with internal experts, teams, and markets beyond one's own. A curiosity to learn, explore new ideas and problem solving;
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
    • Experience in the development, management and use of Trade Information Portals is ideal and familiarity with major trade databases including those of UN COMTRADE; ITC, WTO, UNCTAD, and DOT; and other databases such as WITS, WDI and IFS, African Trade Observatory etc;
    • Excellent research, analysis and writing skills.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Senior Manager, ACMA (Capital Markets)

    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Provide close support to the Departmental Head in creating and maintaining strong relationships with African governments, financial institutions and corporates as well as capital markets investors to facilitate development of a strong pipeline of good quality investment banking opportunities in support of the Bank`s mandate;
    • Provide technical input in all transactions which will enable African governments, public enterprises, supranational organizations, financial institutions and large corporates to access international bond markets to raise medium to long-term funding which is required to finance investments in trade-facilitating infrastructure, industrial processing plants and trade-related activities across the continent;
    • Keep abreast of developments in the global economy and capital markets;
    • Execute transactions which will contribute to development of Africa`s capital markets to ensure that they play a pivotal role in channeling portfolio investment flows into the continent especially in support of companies engaged in trade;
    • Market debt and equity product offerings to corporate, financial institutions and government clients;
    • Execute listing of bond and equity transactions in partnership with internal teams and external partners;
    • Daily responsibilities include both leading bond and equity execution as well as marketing, e.g.  preparing market updates, conducting due diligence, internal/external project management, and client management through marketing and pricing dynamics;
    • Establish a high degree of trust with clients during execution, and grow rapport with clients by demonstrating an understanding of their needs and being responsive;
    • Understand Afreximbank’s approach and policies for managing risks and applicable legal and regulatory rules;
    • Proactively share information, knowledge and ideas to promote team success;
    • Provide managerial, analytical & modeling support, structuring ideas, financing agreement negotiation support, and oversee all aspects of transaction execution;
    • Manage underwriter, rating agency, issuer legal counsel, accountant, regulators and trustee engagements;
    • Prepare rating agency presentations and investor presentations;
    • Coordinate rating agency and underwriter due diligence;
    • Partner with legal counsel to develop financing documents and transaction prospectus;
    • Arrange institutional investor roadshows;
    • Advise African enterprises on tax efficient ways of returning cash to their shareholders. This will entail assessing suitability of cash dividends, stock dividends and share repurchases etc for businesses at various stages of their life cycles;
    • Implement structures to assist the Bank in mobilizing debt and equity;
    • Implement structures to assist various clients to raise funds through securitization structures;
    • Prepare financial models and conduct related industry and market research and Adhoc financial forecasting, analyses and modeling to support the investment advice process of the Bank;
    • Adding value to the work done by team members by enhancing substance to the proposals, reviewing accuracy of factual representations, logical integrity of all calculations in financial models and improving general presentation;
    • Participate in negotiations, use negotiation skills to overcome difficulties and finalize negotiations in capital market and advisory transactions;
    • Manage subordinate staff performance through appropriate performance planning, coaching and performance reviews;
    • Assist the department head in marketing Capital Market services;
    • Implement new methodologies to improve all Capital Market services related processes;
    • Perform any other duties as may be assigned to the jobholder by Senior Management.

    Requirements
    Qualification and Skills:

    • Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Business Administration or other disciplines relevant to the position. A relevant professional qualification e.g. CFA may be acceptable in lieu of a postgraduate degree;
    • Minimum of 10  years of related experience in the financial services or consulting industry and demonstrated knowledge and experience in DCM or ECM  transactions;
    • Demonstrable experience working in the front office of a top tier Investment Bank and/or Capital Markets firm;
    • Highly driven, detail-oriented, diligent with strong analytical, communication and writing skills;
    • Demonstrable proficiency with market and product terms. Well versed in the quantitative nature and framework of fixed income and equity products;
    • Understands the different types of credit and underwriting risks and can discuss in detail ways of risk management and mitigation;
    • Thorough understanding of market drivers and dynamics;
    • Understands transaction cycle and demonstrates detail orientation during execution;
    • Ability to thrive on the challenge of competitive pressures and remain focused on client needs;
    • Ability to interact comfortably with business clients and management;
    • Self-directed, highly motivated, and able to work independently and in team;
    • Previous experience in credit and/or financial institution capital markets a plus;
    • Demonstrable experience in investment banking and advisory services  in Africa will be an added advantage;
    • Demonstrated aptitude for quantitative and qualitative analysis with a solid understanding of financial statements, financial modeling and company or industry analysis;
    • Advanced Excel skills and strong financial modeling skills required;
    • Ability to follow-up independently and consistently and play the critical role as the project manager on most assignments and the primary capital markets contact;
    • Ability to immediately contribute to the group based on past experience and help to transfer best practices and knowledge
    • Self-starting team player who can think strategically and excel in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial, challenging work environment;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, regulators, corporates and governments;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese); and
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources from varied cultural backgrounds to attain goals.

    Benefits and Contractual information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Shearidan Rabsch" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Intra-African Trade Initiative (Trade Facilitation - Transit & Customs)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR034
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Implement the specific Trade Facilitation interventions identified in the Intra-African Trade Strategy;
    • Engage with various stakeholders (public, private, and civil society) at the national, regional, and continental level and develop partnerships to implement the key Trade Facilitation activities identified by the Bank;
    • Mobilise resources from partners to support the implementation of key Trade Facilitation activities identified by the Bank;
    • Ensure execution of activities in line with approved work plans;
    • Preparation of an Annual Intra-African Trade Facilitation Work Plan and Budget, derived from the Intra-African Trade Strategy and the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval;
    • Implementing approved trade facilitation plans and strategies towards increasing intra-African trade. This includes implementing key trade facilitation activities identified in the Intra-African Trade Strategy such as:
    • Support the Bank to implement the Activities under the Afreximbank-African Collaborative Transit Guarantee Scheme. A lot of work is required in this area in terms of supporting the implementation of the transit guarantee scheme including:
    • Engagement with COMESA and supporting the implementation of a joint action plan agreed with COMESA as well as collaboration on other trade facilitation matters;
    • Engagement with other RECs such as SADC, ECOWAS and ECCAS on transit matters;
    • Engagement with the Tripartite Free Trade Agreement (TFTA) and explore the possibility of collaborating with them on a corridor monitoring system developed under the TFTA;
    • Engagement with the AfCFTA Secretariat on the development of the Continental Regulatory Framework on Transit, Continental Regulatory Transit Guarantee Mechanism, and a Continental Technology Platform. The consultant will assist with developing the draft regulatory framework as well as standardized transit documents that will be introduced in the AfCFTA;
    • Engagement with IRU, WCO, WTO, UNCTAD and other entities;
    • Work with AU/AfCFTA Secretariat and RECs to identify gaps on ICT customs interconnectivity and other pre-requisites for a functional transit system.
    • Promote reform of customs practices through simplification and standardization of trade- and customs-related procedures based on international standards towards more integrated supply chain. That might also include undertaking a review of customs and trade practices to support the recovery and promote regional economic integration to address development challenges, brought about by COVID-19 pandemic;
    • Engagement with AUDA-NEPAD on the Traffic Light System (TLS), which seeks to  measure how well African borders are performing and explore how the TLS could be integrated into the African Trade Gateway and also explore the development of an integrated data management system/single window at the borders to reduce inefficiencies in data entry and link this to the Bank’s Trade Regulations  Platform (TRIP);
    • Supporting work on harmonisation of standards, including working with AfCFTA Secretariat and ARSO to support implementation of agreed standards on automotive sector, and medical and pharmaceutical sector and identify new standards;
    • Development of One Stop Border Posts, Border Markets, Single Windows, etc. This is an area that is critical in terms of supporting the implementation of the AfCFTA;
    • Supporting the Bank to implement the recommendations from the SADC-Trade Carrying infrastructure including engagement with partners to mobilise resources to implement identified projects and expanding the study to other regions.;
    • Supporting the implementation of the Bank’s work on informal cross-border trade (ICBT) including implementing the second phase of the ICBT project in West Africa as well as the development of a continental framework on ICBT;
    • Supporting work on the Maritime and Logistics study;
    • Develop linkages with international and regional trade facilitation and transport/logistics agencies to broaden advocacy on policy interventions. This will include engaging African countries, Regional Economic Communities, and other stakeholders (private sector and civil society) with a focus on key trade facilitation activities identified by the Bank;
    • Provide technical and administrative oversight in the execution of studies, workshops, training, and other activities related to the Bank’s Trade Facilitation activities;
    • Facilitation of transport and trade activities which constitutes one of the key areas to support competitiveness, better market access, and more integration of the value chains;
    • Initiating and actively securing mandates, MoUs and collaboration agreements for executing all initiatives aimed at easing intra-African trade flows;
    • Managing important partnerships necessary for delivery of the Bank’s intra African trade strategic objectives;
    • Carry out related research work with partner institutions to identify existing bottlenecks to intra-African trade and propose solutions as well as implementing monitoring and evaluation mechanisms that highlight required changes to existing facilitation mechanisms to enhance intra-African trade;
    • As may be delegated by Senior Management, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known; and
    • Any other duties as may be assigned by senior management from time to time.

    Requirements - Qualification and Skill

    • Master's Degree in International Trade or International Economic Law with specialization in International Trade, Economics or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a leading trade policy and facilitation consulting firm, think tank, or development/international finance institution and familiarity with the practical solutions that should be applied at macro and micro level to facilitate intra-African trade.
    • Demonstrate experience in executing and delivering solutions relating to Trade Facilitation in section 4 (b) above.
    • Expert knowledge of relevant protocols, such as the WCO Revised Kyoto Agreement, WCO SAFE Framework of Standards and WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, IRU.
    • Experience of cross-stakeholder engagement, such as customs brokers / freight forwarders / trade associations / Ministry of Trade.
    • Knowledge of existing bilateral, regional, and international trade conventions and protocols (e.g. bilateral trade agreements, regional trade agreements among RECs, the Tripartite FTA, the AfCFTA, WTO) as well as other trade related initiatives by WCO, UNCTAD etc.
    • Demonstrated experience of bilateral, regional, and multilateral trade-related negotiations.
    • Knowledge of trade finance related products that can be deployed to enhance intra-African trade.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa.
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade facilitation bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Senior Manager, Client Relations (Non - Regional)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR035
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder will be required to implement the Bank’s strategy as set by senior management, overseeing and coordinating all technical specialists and people matters and deputizing the Global Head and Director of Client Relations when required;
    • The position holder will be expected to supervise Client Relations Managers and Associates and manage the most complex client portfolios, non-regional and transactions, acting as an escalation point for all technical queries;
    • The position holder will also be required to identify the Bank’s non-regional key/core customers and draw up the annual strategic and marketing plans for the geographic region and lead the implementation of the plans for the achievement of the Bank's objectives in these areas;
    • Manages a portfolio of clients with deliberate cultivation based on proactive individualized plans. These plans would be developed in coordination with the product teams and should be designed to increase cross selling and client engagement;
    • Ensures the regional service coverage is customer centric and provides an impeccable client service to each client or government organization. This includes timely turn around in terms of responses to client inquiries;
    • Leads non regional Client Relations team members to accomplish functional goals to ensure high level client service.  This includes coaching team members;
    • Deal team coordination across the Bank’s products and geographies;
    • Generate bankable leads through  anticipating customer needs and finding out what information, products, or services the customer requires to meet his/her needs, providing clear, accurate and relevant information;
    • Maintaining a strong working knowledge of client portfolios / products with the Bank;
    • Resolving customers’ queries within agreed authority;
    • Reviewing call reports produced by team members and ensuring there is follow-up action conducted;
    • Sales activity planning, including reviewing existing customer files to identify sales opportunities;
    • Undertaking commercial negotiations;
    • Managing new business pitches;
    • Compliance with legal requirements, industry regulations, organisational policies, and professional codes;
    • Preparation of an annual Regional Strategic and Marketing Plans derived from the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval;
    • Leading implementation of marketing plans as approved by the Bank and actively securing mandates and business in the region;
    • Implementing strategies for entering various segments of the trade finance market and investment banking in the region;
    • Evaluating and reviewing new business Pre-Assessment Memos and Credit Proposals from the region, Product teams and Head Office and making recommendations on the same to Director Client Relations;
    • Representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Maintaining and improving the Bank’s image across the continent; and
    • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • Postgraduate Degree in Business Administration, Banking or Finance from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in Banking;
    • Sound experience of at least 10 years with a leading financial services organisation and familiarity with the major trade finance products to be offered to clients especially syndication, co-financing, club deals, correspondent banking products including letters of credit, factoring, forfaiting, structured trade finance, carbon financing, corporate finance risk participations, project-related financing, and considerable knowledge of how these work;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates, and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (Arabic and Portuguese); and
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Intra African Trade Initiative (Intra-African Trade Fair & Exhibitions - Trade & Investment Promotion)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR033
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder is supposed to assist and support the Managing Director, Intra-African Trade Initiative (IATI) and Head of Unit to implement specific interventions that seek to market or promote the flow of trade and investment between and among African countries and between Africa and Africans in Diaspora, including the following:
      • Supporting Regional Economic Communities (RECs) to promote  trade and investment initiatives and programmes;
      • Supporting African corporates to explore investment opportunities through business matchmaking, trade missions and forums;
      • Supporting the emergence of Business Councils as an effective means of encouraging business exchanges between and among African countries towards promoting Intra-African trade and investments;
      • Supporting the conceptualization, planning, and implementation of the Intra-African Trade Fairs, which is also a platform for facilitating Intra-African trade and investment information exchange, bringing together continental and global players to showcase their goods and services, and explore business and investment opportunities in Africa;
      • Development and implementation of the Bank’s Pan-African Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (PATIPA) initiative in support of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). The candidate will be expected to participate in the  AfCFTA negotiations on Investments.
    • Assist IATI in undertaking the following Trade and Investment Promotion Initiatives and Programmes:
      • Develop and manage relationships with organised private sector focused on promoting Intra-African trade and investment (e.g. Bilateral Business Councils, the African Business Council (AfBC), Pan-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Country-Africa, and Regional Business Councils);
      • Support the effective use of the exhibition spaces at Afreximbank-African Trade Centres;
      • Identify African countries that the Bank will  provide business and match-making  support towards attracting investments  in order to promote inflow of African Direct Investments. In this instance, the Bank will promote and organize missions to African countries and RECs with select African businesses and in particular, the Bank’s Intra-African Trade Champions;
      • Develop a programme to support and strengthen  Trade and Investment Promotion initiatives of Regional Economic Communities (RECs);
      • Play an active role in  organizing trade and investment promotion activities in Africa, especially those directed towards intra-regional trade and investments;
      • Supporting the Bank to ensure the development and implementation of the Pan-African Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (PATIPA), an initiative in support of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA);
      • Supporting programmes of Export Promotion Agencies, Investment Promotion Councils,  Business Councils etc., that give them a platform to exhibit their cultural, trade and  investment opportunities;
      • Assist in the organization of programmes that support the promotion of the Bank’s programmes and facilities;
      • Support  related research work and policy briefs  as may be required to boost knowledge on African Direct Investments and related themes.
    • Assist IATI to implement the Intra-African Trade Fairs (IATF):
      • Preparing an annual Intra-African Trade Fair Work Plan and Budget for Management’s Approval;
      • Implementing activities in the approved work plan relating to the preparation and organization of bi-annual trade fairs with key focus on:
    • Exhibitions;
    • IATF Conference;
    • Business to Business and Business to Government Exchanges;
    • Virtual Trade Fair;
    • Creative Economy and Youth Start-Up programme;
    • Automotive show;
    • Marketing and Promotional activities; and
    • Sponsorship Mobilization and Fulfilment.
    • Support the development of policies and guidelines for Afreximbank’ s participation in third party Trade Fairs and Exhibitions including country solo exhibitions;
    • Work with Trade Fair Organisers to ensure that the key performance targets, both Physical and Virtual Trade Fairs are met;    
    • As may be delegated by Senior Management, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Carry out any other work related to the Intra-African Trade Fair and Exhibitions Unit; and
    • Any other duties as assigned by Management.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree and Post graduate Degree in Economics, Social Sciences, International Trade, Public Policy, or other related disciplines from a recognized University;
    • A recognized post graduate professional qualification in a relevant area will be an advantage;
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a relevant company which may be a leading trade policy/promotion organization, think tank, or development/international finance institution, events organisation, and familiarity with the practical solutions on aspects of trade facilitation including trade and investment promotion (especially Intra-African Trade and Investment), trade missions, business matchmaking etc.;
    • Demonstrated experience in trade facilitation, trade promotion, organising trade and investment promotion events, Business to Business/Government Exchanges and business linkages;
    • Demonstrated experience of general trade and investment issues within the continent (e.g. regional blocs, AfCFTA etc.);
    • Knowledge of the role of trade and market information in terms of facilitating Intra-African Trade and investment;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade and investment bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’ s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Senior Manager, Client Relations (Non - Regional)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR035
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder will be required to implement the Bank’s strategy as set by senior management, overseeing and coordinating all technical specialists and people matters and deputizing the Global Head and Director of Client Relations when required;
    • The position holder will be expected to supervise Client Relations Managers and Associates and manage the most complex client portfolios, non-regional and transactions, acting as an escalation point for all technical queries;
    • The position holder will also be required to identify the Bank’s non-regional key/core customers and draw up the annual strategic and marketing plans for the geographic region and lead the implementation of the plans for the achievement of the Bank's objectives in these areas;
    • Manages a portfolio of clients with deliberate cultivation based on proactive individualized plans. These plans would be developed in coordination with the product teams and should be designed to increase cross selling and client engagement;
    • Ensures the regional service coverage is customer centric and provides an impeccable client service to each client or government organization. This includes timely turn around in terms of responses to client inquiries;
    • Leads non regional Client Relations team members to accomplish functional goals to ensure high level client service.  This includes coaching team members;
    • Deal team coordination across the Bank’s products and geographies;
    • Generate bankable leads through  anticipating customer needs and finding out what information, products, or services the customer requires to meet his/her needs, providing clear, accurate and relevant information;
    • Maintaining a strong working knowledge of client portfolios / products with the Bank;
    • Resolving customers’ queries within agreed authority;
    • Reviewing call reports produced by team members and ensuring there is follow-up action conducted;
    • Sales activity planning, including reviewing existing customer files to identify sales opportunities;
    • Undertaking commercial negotiations;
    • Managing new business pitches;
    • Compliance with legal requirements, industry regulations, organisational policies, and professional codes;
    • Preparation of an annual Regional Strategic and Marketing Plans derived from the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval;
    • Leading implementation of marketing plans as approved by the Bank and actively securing mandates and business in the region;
    • Implementing strategies for entering various segments of the trade finance market and investment banking in the region;
    • Evaluating and reviewing new business Pre-Assessment Memos and Credit Proposals from the region, Product teams and Head Office and making recommendations on the same to Director Client Relations;
    • Representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Maintaining and improving the Bank’s image across the continent; and
    • Performing any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • Postgraduate Degree in Business Administration, Banking or Finance from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in Banking;
    • Sound experience of at least 10 years with a leading financial services organisation and familiarity with the major trade finance products to be offered to clients especially syndication, co-financing, club deals, correspondent banking products including letters of credit, factoring, forfaiting, structured trade finance, carbon financing, corporate finance risk participations, project-related financing, and considerable knowledge of how these work;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates, and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (Arabic and Portuguese); and
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager - Intra African Trade Initiative (Intra-African Trade Fair & Exhibitions - Trade & Investment Promotion)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR033
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder is supposed to assist and support the Managing Director, Intra-African Trade Initiative (IATI) and Head of Unit to implement specific interventions that seek to market or promote the flow of trade and investment between and among African countries and between Africa and Africans in Diaspora, including the following:
      • Supporting Regional Economic Communities (RECs) to promote  trade and investment initiatives and programmes;
      • Supporting African corporates to explore investment opportunities through business matchmaking, trade missions and forums;
      • Supporting the emergence of Business Councils as an effective means of encouraging business exchanges between and among African countries towards promoting Intra-African trade and investments;
      • Supporting the conceptualization, planning, and implementation of the Intra-African Trade Fairs, which is also a platform for facilitating Intra-African trade and investment information exchange, bringing together continental and global players to showcase their goods and services, and explore business and investment opportunities in Africa;
      • Development and implementation of the Bank’s Pan-African Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (PATIPA) initiative in support of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). The candidate will be expected to participate in the  AfCFTA negotiations on Investments.
    • Assist IATI in undertaking the following Trade and Investment Promotion Initiatives and Programmes:
      • Develop and manage relationships with organised private sector focused on promoting Intra-African trade and investment (e.g. Bilateral Business Councils, the African Business Council (AfBC), Pan-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Country-Africa, and Regional Business Councils);
      • Support the effective use of the exhibition spaces at Afreximbank-African Trade Centres;
      • Identify African countries that the Bank will  provide business and match-making  support towards attracting investments  in order to promote inflow of African Direct Investments. In this instance, the Bank will promote and organize missions to African countries and RECs with select African businesses and in particular, the Bank’s Intra-African Trade Champions;
      • Develop a programme to support and strengthen  Trade and Investment Promotion initiatives of Regional Economic Communities (RECs);
      • Play an active role in  organizing trade and investment promotion activities in Africa, especially those directed towards intra-regional trade and investments;
      • Supporting the Bank to ensure the development and implementation of the Pan-African Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (PATIPA), an initiative in support of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA);
      • Supporting programmes of Export Promotion Agencies, Investment Promotion Councils,  Business Councils etc., that give them a platform to exhibit their cultural, trade and  investment opportunities;
      • Assist in the organization of programmes that support the promotion of the Bank’s programmes and facilities;
      • Support  related research work and policy briefs  as may be required to boost knowledge on African Direct Investments and related themes.
    • Assist IATI to implement the Intra-African Trade Fairs (IATF):
      • Preparing an annual Intra-African Trade Fair Work Plan and Budget for Management’s Approval;
      • Implementing activities in the approved work plan relating to the preparation and organization of bi-annual trade fairs with key focus on:
    • Exhibitions;
    • IATF Conference;
    • Business to Business and Business to Government Exchanges;
    • Virtual Trade Fair;
    • Creative Economy and Youth Start-Up programme;
    • Automotive show;
    • Marketing and Promotional activities; and
    • Sponsorship Mobilization and Fulfilment.
    • Support the development of policies and guidelines for Afreximbank’ s participation in third party Trade Fairs and Exhibitions including country solo exhibitions;
    • Work with Trade Fair Organisers to ensure that the key performance targets, both Physical and Virtual Trade Fairs are met;    
    • As may be delegated by Senior Management, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Carry out any other work related to the Intra-African Trade Fair and Exhibitions Unit; and
    • Any other duties as assigned by Management.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree and Post graduate Degree in Economics, Social Sciences, International Trade, Public Policy, or other related disciplines from a recognized University;
    • A recognized post graduate professional qualification in a relevant area will be an advantage;
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a relevant company which may be a leading trade policy/promotion organization, think tank, or development/international finance institution, events organisation, and familiarity with the practical solutions on aspects of trade facilitation including trade and investment promotion (especially Intra-African Trade and Investment), trade missions, business matchmaking etc.;
    • Demonstrated experience in trade facilitation, trade promotion, organising trade and investment promotion events, Business to Business/Government Exchanges and business linkages;
    • Demonstrated experience of general trade and investment issues within the continent (e.g. regional blocs, AfCFTA etc.);
    • Knowledge of the role of trade and market information in terms of facilitating Intra-African Trade and investment;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade and investment bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’ s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Treasury & Markets (Treasury Client Solutions)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR028
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of this role is to support the Treasurer in running, growing, and consolidating the Bank’s treasury client solutions desk; The incumbent will support the Treasurer and take a championship role in ensuring that the treasury clients solutions business grows and consolidates into a stable income generating function with the wider Treasury and Markets department;
    • The role will play a critical role in ensuring that the Bank’s treasury objectives, among others, of adding value to the Bank’s core mandate activities. Also, the incumbent will play a critical role in the Bank’s financial risk management activities;
    • In addition, this role supports the Treasurer in the day-to-day administration of the Department thereby ensuring that the Department meets its objectives and set targets;

    Treasury Client Solutions Business Pipeline Development:

    • Work with the Client Relations department to assess the potential for the client Hedging Solutions business within the pipeline asset book;
    • Develop a business plan for the Clients Solutions Desk and update same as and when required;
    • Develop a transaction execution strategy for the pipeline business with a clear detailed execution plan;
    • Review the current Bank’s asset book to identify clients that will require hedging solutions and establish overall business potential, in consultation with Client Relations department;
    • Identify potential clients and expected business volumes working with relevant departments;
    • Develop a business plan including financial performance prospects and the requisite timeframe for the investment payback period. The business plan should include SWOT analysis, value proposition and proof of concept;
    • Make necessary recommendations, based on the business plan and financial performance plan.

    Functional Processes and Systems Design, Resources Planning and Deal Structuring:

    • Designing plausible derivatives hedging structures in line with the Bank’s risk
    • tolerance levels;
    • Documenting the processes and procedures that will guide the operation of the desk;
    • Developing a detailed risk management framework for the desk in line with the Bank’s enterprise risk management framework;
    • Developing a workable timetable with clear outline of activities and timelines spanning a full financial reporting period.
    • Develop a business case for a suitable system, make recommendations and seek approvals from Senior Management and relevant committees. With the assistance of the Information Technology Unit, develop and send an RFP to identified systems vendors and assist with the selection of the relevant system.

    Treasury Risk Management:

    • Identifying, documenting, and analysing all treasury financial risks and log them into the risk register maintained by Treasury Middle Office desk;
    • Developing proposals for hedging the Bank’s treasury/financial risks in collaboration with the Treasury Middle Office desk;
    • Executing treasury hedging deals used to cover the Bank’s identified financial risks;
    • Work with Treasury Middle Office on valuation and reporting of all financial hedging positions of the Bank.

    Treasury Client Solutions Business Development Process:

    • Work with the Bank’s Client Relations department to develop a workable execution plan for enrolling new clients that will form the portfolio of the desk;
    • Engage with existing clients of the Bank that require Treasury solutions;
    • Develop and provide treasury solutions as required by the clients;
    • Develop marketing material that will be distributed by relevant departments within the Bank, in particular Client Relations;
    • Train, where necessary, Treasury staff who will support the TCS desk once set up is complete;
    • Draft TCS desk activities and the respective job descriptions for the required human resources. If need be, assist Senior Management in the recruitment of relevant staffing resources for the desk;

    Materializing Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate Management and Similar Value-Add Opportunities:

    • Offer foreign exchange and interest rates hedging capabilities to the Bank’s Clients;
    • Deliver innovative derivative solutions for the Bank’s clients in line with the Bank’s
    • Risk management policies with the main aim of helping clients manage their exposure to market factors while at the same time generating cross sell revenues for the Bank;
    • Assist the Bank in assessing feasibility of an electronic platform which will be used as a risk management platform for the Bank’s clients in order to complement the Bank’s unmatched African footprint and thereafter assist the Bank in selecting vendors who can provide the same – whether off the shelf or customized;
    • Develop the capability to identify opportunities in the FX markets with a view to optimize revenue from client’s different currency needs (i.e. local currency and hard currency);
    • Aggressively drive hedging solutions business by building an initial portfolio of client base including retention of sales.

    Treasury Projects Initiatives:

    • Assisting the Treasurer to plan/budget and execute new treasury client solutions projects; and
    • Assisting the Treasurer to champion treasury client solutions projects undertaken by the department thereby ensuring that such projects are delivered in time and within set budgets.

    Market Intelligence and Reporting:

    • Develop and present reports on market developments, outlook, and strategy to the Treasury & Markets Department monthly report;
    • Weekly and monthly dashboard on P&L flash and D-VaR to the Treasurer;
    • Responding to information requests from the business development experts, the Treasurer, Senior Management, and the rest of the Bank;
    • Attend all treasury related meetings with the Treasurer or at the discretion of the Treasurer; and
    • Champion the reconciliation of financial instruments valuations, commentary on same at departmental level as well as at bank-wide level;
    • Produce detailed monthly treasury client solutions desk activities report.

    Treasury Financial Policies:

    • Contribute to the formulation and review of the Bank’s financial policies by making appropriate policy recommendations to Senior Management, the Board, and the Asset Liability Management Committee;
    • Participate in the review of other financial policies including borrowing and currency management policies; and
    • Help the Treasurer to ensure that Process and Procedure Manuals of the Department are up to date by supervising their periodic review.

    Treasury Resource Planning and Budgetary Management:

    • Fully participate in the Treasury’s annual and periodic planning and budgetary processes;
    • Ensure that Treasury Client Solutions function’s performance reviews are conducted in accordance with the Treasury & Markets department and the Bank’s Human Resource calendars;
    • Develop a full plan and budget of the Treasury Client Solutions desk activities and targets to be incorporated into the wider Treasury & Markets Department budget;
    • Develop a detailed month-by-month activities plan of the treasury clients solutions desk’
    • Ensure business continuity by designating adequate back-ups for the Department’s activities by ensuring that all relevant documents are both electronically and physically filed where required;
    • Mentor junior staff in the Department.

    Other:

    • Any other duties that may be assigned to the role holder by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • A First Degree in a relevant discipline i.e. Accounting, Financial Management, Economics, Numerical or other related disciplines and a Post-graduate Degree in a relevant field. Recognised professional certification in a relevant field may be acceptable in lieu of a post graduate degree;
    • Master's Degree in area of Finance, Economics, Accountancy or MBA with a specialisation in Finance or Mathematical Sciences with a speciality in Financial Mathematics;
    • Recognised Professional Qualification in Treasury [Actuarial Professional or Financial Mathematics Professional or MCT/AMCT or CTP (US) or Accounting (ACCA, CIMA, CPA or Equivalent) will be a strong added advantage;
    • Excellent knowledge of accounting for treasury activities i.e. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS);
    • A minimum of 8 years of experience working in a treasury function either in a corporate institution, preferably in the financial services industry;
    • Solid grounding in financial systems database methodologies and financial modelling;
    • Solid experience in working with Treasury Management Systems;
    • Operational experience in a financial department with significant systems exposure;
    • Previous experience in a treasury environment and solid understanding of treasury operations;
    • People and project management;
    • Knowledge of treasury, debt capital markets, financial instruments, and structures;
    • Advanced Excel skills and computer literacy (e.g. SQL, Crystal Reports);
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese); and
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources from varied cultural backgrounds to attain goals.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to " Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Assistant Manager, Cyber & Cloud Security (Information Security and Risk)

    Reference Number: FDSBLR006
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Design, protects and manages security services for the Bank’s global information security infrastructure.
    • Perform continuous security assessment of the cloud security architecture.
    • Engineer and tune the cloud security solutions including but not limited to enrollments, monitoring, alerting and maintaining defined security posture.
    • Implementation, development and integration of open source security solutions.
    • Engage in technical design of solutions based on use cases and business requirements.
    • Participate in proof of concepts and other technical evaluations of technologies, designs and solutions and provide recommendations.
    • Stay abreast of emerging cloud technologies and proactively assess and evaluate the adoption thereof.
    • Reduce time-to-detect and time-to-remediate by driving the automation of applied threat intelligence and sensor enrichment.
    • Develop and expand API framework to interconnect Security Tools.
    • Responsible for the thorough documentations of implementations, via technical documentation and runbooks.
    • Apply adept understanding and experience with cloud system automation platforms and technologies.
    • Partake in efforts that shape the organization’s security policies and standards for use in cloud environments and on-premise environments.
    • Direct and influence multi-disciplinary teams in implementing and operating Cyber Security controls.
    • Provide subject matter expertise on information security architecture and systems engineering to other IT and business teams.
    • Responsible for automating security controls, data and processes to provide improved metrics and operational support.
    • Stay abreast of emerging security threats, vulnerabilities and controls and proactively provide recommendations and remediations.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Engineering, Management Information Systems or Computer Engineering or other relevant degree from a recognized University, a Master’s degree in a relevant field or a recognized professional qualification in lieu.
    • Relevant security certifications such as ISC2 CISSP, SANS, OSCP, CEH, equivalent security-related industry certifications and AWS Associate is a plus.
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in securing cloud solutions (IaaS/PaaS/SaaS) including Incident response, Security Engineering, Cloud architectures and Tuning.
    • At least 5 years of experience with other key components of cybersecurity such as network & infrastructure security, access and identity management, threat detection, incident response, vulnerability management, security governance, risk and compliance, security architecture, data protection and others.
    • Experience with Linux, Windows operating systems and cloud provider ecosystems such as Amazon AWS and AZURE is a must.
    • Practical knowledge of AWS foundation services related to compute, network, storage, content delivery, administration, security, deployment and automation technologies.
    • Experience in architecting, designing, and programming applications and ample experience in high level programming languages such as C++, C#, Java, Python, Visual Basic.
    • Capability architecting highly available systems that utilize load balancing, horizontal scalability and high availability.
    • Robust micro services programming (AWS Lambda, Docker, etc.)
    • Familiarity using AWS Cloud Services (EC2, DynamoDB, API Gateway, RDS, Lambda, CloudFront, CloudFormation, CloudWatch, Route 53, etc.)
    • Understanding of complex enterprise environments and current technology areas like cloud and mobility, VPC, Multizone availability.
    • Good understanding of security assessment framework such as CIS benchmark and NIST.
    • Experience in working on Burpsuite, Qualys on Cloud, Nessus, GFI Languard etc.
    • Essential that applicants have the necessary technical skills to constantly monitor systems to identify threats and vulnerability, execute security architecture, and ensure there are no external threats.
    • The ideal candidate is expected to work with various multi-disciplinary teams, so it is vital that they are team-oriented individuals with priority on the successful completion of group goals.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
    • Willingness to travel and to work long hours where required in order to achieve the Bank's objectives.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply


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    Manager, Treasury & Markets (Credit Rating, Process Management & Balance Sheet Analytics)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR029
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of the job is to support the Treasurer’s function This role is, basically, an analyst role. The analyst will work in the middle-office function within treasury to own and champion Credit Rating Process, Asset Liability Management analysis, and the post-ante Balance Sheet analytics;
    • The primary responsibilities of the analyst include the preparation of liquidity forecasts for stress testing, the development of liquidity assumptions, ad-hoc analysis related to the liquidity impact of Bank’s initiatives and working with other functions to prepare the credit ratings book;

    Credit Rating Process Strategy Management:

    • Develop the annual credit rating process execution strategy for approval by senior management and the Board;
    • Review and operationalise the credit rating framework and processes as per policy guidelines or as required by business evolution;
    • Assist the Group Treasure in providing analysis and advice to senior management on rating matters as they arise;
    • Provide input on credit rating matters incorporated in the Bank-wide Strategic Plan;

    Credit Rating Drivers Modelling, Monitoring and Reporting:

    • Develop, from scratch, and maintain credit rating drivers models that will track key analytical metrics embodied in the credit rating agencies methodologies;
    • Produce quarterly reports for STRIC, RISTRAC and the AUDCO for presentation and their consideration, and as and when requested;
    • Develop and prepare monthly credit rating activities reports;
    • Maintain an ongoing surveillance and rating recommendations;
    • Prepare a comprehensive status report following conclusion of each rating review meeting;
    • Ensure the Bank’s website has all the recently available credit rating reports;

    Credit Rating Process Planning and Budgeting:

    • Develop an annual credit rating process workplan for next period annual credit rating reviews;
    • Develop and maintain the credit rating process budgeting model whose outputs shall be included into the treasury function wider budget;
    • Develop an annual budget for the credit rating process exercise for inclusion into the wider treasury function annual budget;

    Credit Rating Process Meetings Preparations:

    • Propose the credit rating process work plan for the next period annual review;
    • Coordinate the preparation of the ratings book and summary presentations to rating agencies;
    • Document matters raised by credit rating agencies in meetings required for action;
    • Develop and maintain a robust ratings-based financial analysis model;
    • Develop and maintain the Ratings projection models;
    • Champion the collation of necessary data/information from different functions for the preparation of the rating book;
    • Review ratings reports, research, and publications from rating agencies before publication;
    • Review and validate credit rating information and data received from various functions of the Bank;
    • Resolve data anomalies through analysis and discussion with data champions;

    Credit Rating Process Balance Sheet Analytics:

    • Conduct risk identification and assessment as at designated reporting dates through analysis of data;
    • Model, quantify and report the Bank’s balance sheet interest rate risk i.e. interest cashflow analytics of assets and liabilities;
    • Review the balance sheet interest rate profile;
    • Make necessary interest rate risk mitigation proposals for senior managers’ consideration and ensure necessary approved actions are carried out by relevant functions e.g. Treasury;

    Credit Rating Relationship Management:

    • Plan and execute all credit rating agencies relationship engagements;
    • Champion and manage all relationships with credit rating advisors;
    • Review and negotiate credit rating agencies and advisors’ contracts and recommend to senior management for consideration;
    • Assist the Group Treasurer with the day-to-day management of communications and engagements with the credit rating agencies and the credit rating advisor;
    • Assist the Group Treasurer in arranging credit rating agency meetings and engagements;
    • Conduct an annual review of the event-trigger credit rating stakeholder communication plan;
    • Assist the Group Treasure and the Senior Manager [International Resource Mobilisation] in coordinating the credit rating process of bond issuances;

    Other:

    • Any other duties that may be assigned to the role holder by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements
    Qualification and Skills:

    • A First Degree in a relevant discipline i.e. Accounting, Financial Management, Economics, Numerical or other related disciplines and a postgraduate degree in a relevant field. Recognised professional certification in a relevant field may be acceptable in lieu of a post graduate degree;
    • Recognised Professional Qualification in Treasury [AMCT, CTP (US), ACT’s Cert. in International Treasury Management, ACT’s Cert. in Cash Management, ACT’s Cert. in Risk Management, ACT’s Cert. Financial Mathematics & Modelling etc] or Accounting (ACCA, CIMA, CPA or Equivalent) will be a strong added advantage;
    • Excellent knowledge of accounting for treasury activities i.e. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS);
    • A minimum of 8 years of experience working in a treasury function either in a corporate institution, preferably in the financial services industry;
    • Solid grounding in financial systems database methodologies and financial modelling;
    • Solid experience in working with Treasury Management Systems;
    • Operational experience in a financial department with significant systems exposure;
    • Previous experience in a treasury environment and solid understanding of treasury operations;
    • People and project management;
    • Knowledge of treasury, debt capital markets, financial instruments, and structures;
    • Advanced Excel skills and computer literacy (e.g. SQL, Crystal Reports);
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources from varied cultural backgrounds to attain goals.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.

     

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    Manager, Treasury & Markets (Planning, Analytics, Performance Management & Reporting)


    Reference Number: LEEBLR030
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of the job is to support the Treasurer’s function. This role is, basically, a Managerial role responsible for treasury planning, analytics, performance management, reporting and treasury business activities;
    • The role is within the Treasurer’s Office sub-function of the Treasury & Markets Department. The successful candidate will work very closely with the Group Treasurer on all treasury reporting matters both internally and externally;
    • The role requires a flexible, thinking outside the box type of candidate who is ready to get his/her hands dirty and get things done. The Candidate must be a self-starter and a financial mathematics and modelling enthusiast with a finance and accounting background;
    • The candidate will be expected to work closely and proactively with Senior Management, the Group Treasurer, managers at all levels as well as liaising with other department representatives to develop and establish accurate treasury reports. The candidate must demonstrate influence and credentials to effectively model the forward-looking balance sheet and other financial reports;

    Treasury Strategy and Planning Process:

    • Assist the Treasurer in periodically reviewing and updating the treasury management strategy so that it reflects treasury and markets evolving conditions and fits in the Bank’s wider strategic plan;
    • Own the full treasury planning process and reporting. This is including ownership of the treasury planning model;
    • Assist in monitoring of market yields, developing asset yield curves and treasury fund raising management strategies, forecasting & analysis of funding requirements of the Bank;
    • Work with Treasury Front Office to analyse and plan strategic asset allocations, and fund-raising instrument allocations including sensitivities to market risk and propose risk mitigation actions where necessary in liaison with the treasury function view at large;

    Treasury Financial Data Modelling and Analysis:

    • Work with Finance and the wider Treasury function in modelling of the Balance Sheet to reflect a plausible forward-looking perspective for ALCO purposes;
    • Modelling of the asset portfolio yield curve and provide a rolling forward-looking yield curve forecasts relative to potential portfolio asset additions;
    • Modelling of interest rates for use in the bank’s planning process and interest rate risk management process of the Bank;
    • Modelling of performance of deposits raised under the African Resource Mobilisation Initiative in order to determine their behavior characteristics and effects on the Bank’s overall weighted average cost of funding and the residual liquidity risk that they present to the Bank;
    • Maintain and enhance the cash models and monitor cash on a daily basis;
    • Contribute to building models and business processes in respect of new activities (e.g. securitisation) that require modelling;
    • Helps design and implement pricing and analytical tools in a mathematically sound way. This includes the modelling of interest rates, foreign exchange, commodities, equities, credit, and inflation, either as standalone asset classes or as hybrids;

    Treasury Activities Analysis and Reporting:

    • Own the full treasury reporting suite both internally and externally.
    • Conduct an assessment of the current status quo of the treasury reports and subsequent updates of the wider treasury reporting framework;
    • With the help of the Treasurer, update the current treasury reporting framework and develop a new treasury reporting framework including the standardization of all key treasury reports;
    • Be responsible for annually reviewing and reporting of post-ante performance of the treasury reporting activities;
    • Conduct variance analysis of “plan” versus “actual” performance of all treasury activities and bank wide financial activities;
    • Analytics, spreadsheet work, model building, reporting, presentations, and communications with third parties;
    • Contribute to the production of the monthly ALCO pack, perform Working Group ALCO secretarial duties as required;
    • Take ownership of liquidity reporting as required by senior management;
    • Work with the Treasury Front Office team in developing tailored reports on liquidity, funding and other relevant reports requested by different stakeholders;
    • Work with other Treasury Middle Office team members to oversee daily monitoring of ALM Risks within the treasury function including early warning indicators and processes supporting the effective management of interest rate risk in the banking book;
    • Check and challenge risks reported by Treasury Middle Office as second line of defence;

    Treasury Performance Management:

    • Own the Treasury performance management process. This involves setting performance targets for the department and, regular monitoring and reporting on the actual outcome of the specified targets;
    • Prepare a plan of action for the effective implementation of the performance targets and initiatives of the Treasury department;
    • Conduct variance analysis to monitor the actual performance against the specified targets;
    • Engage with various stakeholders of the performance management process to ensure that department targets are achieved with flying colours;
    • Analyse the performance of the department and suggest appropriate recommendations for improvement of service delivery;

    Treasury Business Improvement Processes:

    • Design and document all treasury key processes and work with sub-teams to document all treasury processes and procedures;
    • Ownership of all the Service Level Agreements with all key internal and external stakeholders;
    • Ownership of the Treasury Processes and Procedures Manual and its relevant annual reviews and updates;

    Treasury Research Analysis and Reporting:

    • Conduct financial markets research analysis for treasury and bank wide consumption;
    • Actively develop treasury research reports for management use and consideration in undertaking treasury activities;

    Other:

    • The successful candidate shall be a reporting and analytics subject matter experts and an escalation point, prior to the Treasurer, for all treasury related issues. He/She will work very closely with other subject matter experts in the Bank;
    • Any other duties that may be assigned to the role holder by Senior Management from time to time.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • A First Degree in a relevant discipline i.e. Accounting, Financial Management, Economics, numerical or other related disciplines and a postgraduate degree in a relevant field. Recognised professional certification in a relevant field may be acceptable in lieu of a post graduate degree;
    • Recognised Professional Qualification in Treasury [AMCT, CTP (US), ACT’s Cert. in International Treasury Management, ACT’s Cert. in Cash Management, ACT’s Cert. in Risk Management, ACT’s Cert. Financial Mathematics & Modelling etc] or Accounting (ACCA, CiMA, CPA or Equivalent) will be a strong added advantage but not a must;
    • Excellent knowledge of accounting for treasury activities i.e. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS);
    • A minimum of 8 years of experience working in either in an accounting firm and responsible for financial institutions or corporate institution, preferably in the financial services industry;
    • Solid grounding in financial systems database methodologies and financial modelling;
    • Solid experience in working with Treasury Management Systems;
    • Operational experience in a financial department with significant systems exposure;
    • People and project management;
    • Knowledge of treasury, debt capital markets, financial instruments, and structures;
    • Advanced Excel skills and computer literacy (e.g. SQL, Crystal Reports);
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources from varied cultural backgrounds to attain goals.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.

     

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, Intra African Trade Initiative (Intra-African Trade Fair & Exhibitions – IATF Portfolio Management)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR032
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder is supposed to assist and support the Managing Director, Intra-African Trade Initiative (IATI) and Head of Unit in:
      • Conceptualizing, planning, and implementing the Intra-African Trade Fairs which consist of a Trade Show and exhibitions, Virtual Trade Fair, a Conference Programme, Conference, B2B and B2G Exchanges, Country Days, Creative Summit, Youth Start-Up programme, and Automotive Show;
      • Drawing up the framework and implementation procedures;
      • Putting into place the tools and processes at operational level;
      • Developing programmes to ensure that transactions and Partnerships consummated during the B2Bs are monitored for execution.
    • Preparing an annual Unit Work Plan and Budget for Management’s Approval;
    • Preparing an annual Intra-African Trade Fair Work Plan and Budget for Management’s Approval;
    • Planning, implementation, and delivery of the physical exhibition component of the trade fair;
    • Planning, implementation, and delivery of the Virtual Trade Fair as an on-going Programme.
    • Work with Trade Fair Organisers to ensure that the key performance targets, both onsite and IATF Virtual are met;
    • Ensure the marketing and promotion of the IATF brand and help create more visibility on digital platforms and during exhibitions and expos;
    • Work with IATF2021 Conference Organisers and other colleagues in the planning, implementation, and delivery of the Conference component of the trade fair;
    • Work with Host Country, Partners, trade fair Consultant, Organisers, local organising committees and other stakeholders to implement the IATF2021 Work Plan;
    • Act as Secretariat for the various governance structures including organising and keeping proper minutes of the Internal Intra-African Trade Fair Committee and Sub-Committees;
    • Act as Secretariat for the  IATF Advisory Council, organize, and prepare minutes of the meetings and follow up on the action points;
    • Actively engage with and coordinate identified Ambassadors/Promoters of the trade fair;
    • Identify important and strategic events (within and outside the African continent) and support the marketing of IATF at these  events in terms of mobilizing Exhibitors, Buyers, Sponsorships and Delegates All the marketing collateral must be prepared in advance of the promotional missions;
    • Managing the relationship with stakeholders in relation to the Trade Fair especially with Organisers, Partners and Hosts;
    • Managing and maintaining a database of registered trade fair exhibitors, buyers, conference delegates and visitors, and tracking the sale of  exhibition stands;
    • Monitor the implementation of Work Plans with Roles and Responsibilities for all parties covering the key verticals of the trade fair such as: (i) Exhibition, (ii) Conference, (iii) Promotion (Marketing, Public Relations, Media, Merchandising) (iv) Sponsorship, (v) Logistics, (vi) IATF Virtual, (vii) Business to Business and Business to Government engagement (viii) Creatives Programme (ix) Automotive Show (x) Youth Start-Up Programme (xi) Event and Post Event follow-ups;
    • Coordinating administrative arrangements such as drafting IATF letters to stakeholders, sponsors, exhibitors, reports of events and meetings, etc.;
    • Handle the activities required to close out of the trade fair, including an evaluation of trade fairs and ensuring application of lessons learnt in subsequent trade fairs;
    • Support the activities of Advisory Council Committee towards the selection of the Host Country and subsequent engagements with a new Host country towards trade fair preparations;
    • As may be delegated by Senior Management, representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Carry out any other work related to the Intra-African Trade Fair and Exhibitions; and
    • Any other duties as assigned by Senior Management.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree and Post Graduate Degree in Economics, Event Management, Communications, Social Sciences, International Trade, Tourism and Hospitality or other  related disciplines from a recognized university;
    • A recognized post graduate professional qualification in a relevant area will be an advantage;
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a relevant company which may be a leading trade policy/promotion organization, think tank, or development/international finance institution/events organisation and familiarity with the practical solutions on aspects of trade facilitation including trade and investment promotion (especially Intra-African Trade and Investment), trade shows/exhibitions and conferences;
    • Experience in Trade Shows and Exhibitions is absolutely essential;
    • Demonstrated experience in trade facilitation, trade promotion, organising trade and investment promotion events, Business to Business/Government Exchanges and conferences;
    • Demonstrated experience of general trade and investment issues within the continent (e.g. regional blocs, AfCFTA etc.);
    • Knowledge of the role of trade and market information in terms of facilitating Intra-African Trade and investment;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade and investment bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’ s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.

    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Manager, AU / AfCFTA (Trade Policy and Market Access)

    Reference Number: SFBLR07
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder as will assist and support the Senior Manager TPMA in:
      • Conceptualizing, planning, and implementing advocacy interventions under PAFTRAC.
      • Deliberately Promote relationships with organized business across Africa.
      • Promote relationships with key partners such as the AU, AfCFTA Secretariat, CoDA, SDGC etc.
      • Put in place the tools and processes for efficiency at operational level.
      • Developing programmes to ensure that trade and market access information is consistently gathered and disseminated to stakeholders. 
      • Working with relevant departments to raise the profile of the bank’s trade policy and market access activities and services.
    • Build and maintain partnerships with Member States; Regional Economic Communities; the AU, Africa’s private sector and international organizations to inform trade policy and policy reform at the national, regional, continental, and global level and secure fair market access for African traders.
    • Advocate for trade policy reforms that support greater extra and intra-African Trade.
    • Support the Secretariat for PAFTRAC.
    • Organize and coordinate private sector engagement in trade and investment policy through PAFTRAC.
    • Strengthen African private sector capacities to influence trade policies and participate more effectively in trade negotiations at the bilateral, regional, and multilateral levels.
    • Work to open up markets for African exporters and traders through trade and market access information and advocacy.
    • Support the implementation of the AfCFTA and advocate for the inclusion of Bank initiatives under the AfCFTA (e.g., PAPSS, MANSA, Adjustment Facility).
    • Raise the profile of the Bank as a leading source of trade policy and market access information in Africa; and
    • Summarize and disseminate relevant trade policy and market access information for management, the Bank’s stakeholders, and African clients.
    • develop and manage relationships with organized private sector focused on promoting Intra-African trade (e.g., Bilateral Business Councils, Pan-African Chamber of Commerce, Sub-Regional Business Councils).
    • Play an active role in trade and investment promotion activities in Africa, especially those directed towards intra-regional trade and investments.
    • Manage high level relationship with stakeholders especially the African Union, PAFTRAC, CoDA, SDGC etc.
    • Create advocacy and communication tools to support the work of the Bank and PAFTRAC.
    • Any other duties as assigned by Management.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • Bachelor's Degree and Post-graduate Degree in Economics, Business, Communications, Event Management, Social Sciences, International Trade, or other trade related disciplines from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in a relevant area.
    • Sound experience of at least 8 years with a leading corporate, think tank or development / international finance institution and familiarity with African trade issues and advocacy and communication.
    • Demonstrated experience in advocacy and communication.
    • Knowledge of the role of trade and market information in terms of facilitating Intra-African Trade and investment.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa.
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade and investment bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals; and
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’ s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Scott Fraser" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Assistant Manager, INTE (Application Support - Core Banking)

    Reference Number: FDSBLR004
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Functional support of the Core Banking system and interdependent interfaces.
    • Configuration, patches, update, and upgrade management of the Core Banking system.
    • Manage and support integration of the Core Banking system with other interconnected applications.
    • Provide business analysis and requirements gathering support for end-users.
    • Draft and Implement the IT Disaster Recovery Plan in collaboration with the IT team. 
    • Ensure that Core Banking Application, tools, and data are available on the disaster recovery site at any time required.
    • Document any necessary procedure related to Core Banking application for reference.
    • Anticipates Core Banking application problems and implement preventive measures.
    • Investigate and install enhancements and operating procedures that optimize Core Banking application availability.
    • Develop management information reports and dashboard using business objects, crystal report and other applicable tools.
    • Design and manage data warehouse applications and tools.
    • Manage Service Level Agreement (SLA) with application service providers.
    • Actively manage the timely resolution of outstanding defects or issues impacting the business.
    • Support the preparation of key presentations, strategy documentation and other documents..
    • Handle and implement requests for application customizations.
    • Provide end-user training.
    • Investigate user problems, identify root cause, determine possible solutions, test, and implement solutions.
    • Any other duties as may be assigned by management.

    Requirements
    Qualification and Skills:

    • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or other relevant degree from a recognized University, a master’s degree in a relevant field or a recognized professional qualification in lieu.
    • Minimum of 7 years experience in Core Banking support & configuration management in a modern international ICT environment.
    • Implementation and management experience of Core Banking Software (Finacle particularly) very desirable.
    • Demonstrated expertise in managing banking application support processes including application defect management.
    • Demonstrated expertise in Solution architecture and system development life cycle.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Working knowledge of system testing.
    • Ability to develop customized software applications from functional specification.
    • Knowledge of Agile development framework.
    • Demonstrated experience in software application implementation.
    • Demonstrated experience in managing service level agreement with application service providers.
    • Knowledge of business reporting tools such as business object, crystal report and reporting writing.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage.
    • Willingness to travel and to work long hours where required to achieve the Bank's objectives.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Fabio" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Regional Chief Operating Officer (North Africa)

    Reference Number: LEEBLR034
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder will be required to draw up the annual strategic and marketing plans for the geographic region and lead the implementation of the plans for the achievement of the Bank's objectives in these areas.  
    • The position holder will also be required to supervise Client Relations Managers and Associates and identify the Bank’s key/core customers in each region and draw up Account Management Plans for the top customers in Branch for the purpose of maximizing cross selling of the Bank’s products and services.
    • The Regional Chief Operating Officer North Africa will drive and ensure the operational efficiency, effectiveness and overall health of the Bank's portfolio across the region to achieve significant developmental impacts.
    • Building a team of highly talented and motivated technical and operational staff, drawn from all sector complexes. This will enable the Bank to improve the quality of all projects and deliver high- quality portfolios to meet the needs of regional member countries and the private sector.
    • Supporting countries in the development of country strategy papers and regional integration strategies that will drive country ownership and accelerated delivery on all strategic priorities of the Bank.
    • Developing critical resources and the technical capability necessary for sourcing and originating bankable projects. This will include collaboration with the private sector on projects with regional social impacts.
    • Ensuring efficient and effective project completion by streamlining and speeding up internal processes, enhancing operational efficiencies, and driving accelerated disbursements on all approved projects.
    • Driving greater value for money in all operations and ensuring country and regional offices are cost- effective through prudent management of human and financial resources.
    • Fostering a culture of accountability for results across all offices in the respective regions.
    • Cultivating and ensuring a culture of "ONE-Bank", with the highest levels of ethics, fiduciary responsibility and professionalism to protect and enhance the reputation of the Bank.
    • Representing the Bank in the region and building strong partnerships with countries, regional economic communities, and other development partners.
    • Manages a portfolio of clients with deliberate cultivation based on proactive individualized plans.  These plans would be developed in coordination with the product teams and should be designed to increase client engagement;
    • Provides client service to each client or government organization. This includes responding to client inquiries in a timely and courteous manner;
    • Deal team coordination across the Bank’s products and geographies;
    • Finding out what information, products or services the customer requires to meet his/her needs, providing clear, accurate and relevant information;
    • Maintaining a strong working knowledge of client portfolios / products with the Bank;
    • Resolving customers’ queries within agreed authority;
    • Compliance with legal requirements, industry regulations, organisational policies and professional codes;
    • Preparation of an annual Regional Strategic and Marketing Plans derived from the Bank’s Strategic Plan for Management’s Approval;
    • Leading implementation of marketing plans as approved by the Bank and actively securing mandates and business in the region;
    • Implementing strategies for entering various segments of the trade finance market and investment banking in the region;
    • Evaluating and reviewing new business Pre-Assessment Memos and Credit Proposals from the region, Product teams and Head Office and making recommendations on the same to Director & Global Head Client Relations;
    • Representing the Bank in high level meetings, fora and making presentations in conformity with the high standards for which the Bank has become known;
    • Managing staff, Bank’s assets and property at the Branch in liaison with the Administrative Services Department;
    • Maintaining and improving the Bank’s image across the region continent; and
    • Any other duties as assigned by Senior Management.

    Requirements - Qualification and Skill

    • Post graduate degree in Business Administration, Banking or Finance from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in Banking;
    • Sound experience of at least 10 years with a leading financial services organisation and familiarity with the major trade finance products to be offered to clients especially syndication, co-financing, club deals, correspondent banking products including letters of credit, factoring, forfaiting, structured trade finance, carbon financing, corporate finance risk participations, project-related financing and considerable knowledge of how these work;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates and governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French. Knowledge of the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (Arabic and Portuguese);
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.

    Benefit Contractual Information

    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Permanent
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Lise Kotze" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

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    Assistant Manager, Trade Information (Consulting Practice)

    Reference Number: RSBBLR032
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The nature and scope of work entails assisting the Bank in and contributing to the realization of the objectives set by Senior Management for the Trade Information Unit. The role will facilitate the completion of consulting assignments for a variety of clients.
    • The successful candidate is expected to bring an important contribution to strategy definition and execution for both the TRIN Unit and externally for a range of importing and exporting clients across Africa and any entities wishing to enter African markets.
    • The successful candidate must be able to successfully lead strategic advisory projects with commitment to the highest level of quality and attention to detail, while acting with the upmost respect and integrity at all times.
    • The role also involves supporting the creation of trade-facilitating infrastructure and market intelligence and providing needed assistance to origination Departments.
    • The main responsibility of the Assistant Manager (Consultancy Practice) is to contribute to the originating, planning, and execution of strategic advisory projects from inception to completion and aftercare.
    • The person will lead and/or facilitate the completion of strategic consulting assignments for a variety of clients with a commitment to the highest level of quality. Specifically, the Candidate under the guidance of Head, Trade Information is expected to undertake on behalf of the Bank, among others, the tasks listed hereunder:
    • Facilitate the completion of strategic consulting assignments for a variety of clients;
    • Lead consultancy engagements with clients from origination through to execution, close and aftercare. Taking responsibility for solving client problems and present insights in a compelling way that convinces the client to take action;
    • Build and maintain a strong pipeline of good quality consultancy assignments within the Africa focused trade related mandate of the Bank. Managing all TRIN customer relationships, originating and on-boarding clients. Support the business development activities of the Unit, working with the Bank’s origination departments and proactively identify opportunities to build the Unit’s Consultancy pipeline;
    • Prepare business proposals and presentations, identify issues and form hypotheses and solutions, present findings, and recommendations to clients, implement recommendations or solutions and ensure the client receives the necessary assistance to execute recommendations;
    • Manage TRIN relationship with the local affiliated consultants, -in-country network of Researchers and other part time contractor. Manage the technical delivery/execution of mandates of outsourced consulting firms based on the agreed scope of work, budget, and timelines;
    • Manage projects and programmes and liaise with the client to keep them informed of progress and to make relevant decisions;
    • Contribute through gathering of relevant data, information and materials and prepare strategic thought leadership and regular research reports to monitor developments in global trade and trade finance as well as the Bank’s key markets and products;
    • Any other duties as may be assigned by Senior Management.

    Requirements: Qualification and Skill

    • MBA or Postgraduate Degree or equivalent in Economics, Statistics, or other related fields from a recognized University.
    • Sound experience and proven track record of at least 5 years, preferably in the management consulting area, economic research, or financial services industry as an Economist or Strategy Professional or Management Consultant and expert in one or more of the following business functions: economic research, international trade, management consulting or other related work;
    • Demonstrated experience in collection, monitoring and management of large economic and trade data and preparing presentations;
    • Demonstrated experience in the preparation of strategic advisory services to clients across a broad spectrum of industries and specialisms;
    • Experience in the development, management and use of Trade Information Portals is ideal and Familiarity with major trade database including those of ITC, WTO, UNCTAD, and DOT; and other database such as WDI and IFS;
    • Excellent research, analysis and writing skills;
    • English is the working language of the Bank and proficiency is mandatory; other languages (Arabic/ French) an asset.

    Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Robin Botha" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Assistant Manager, ACMA (Advisory)

    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Performing valuation and financial analyses to assist in decision making;
    • Performing investment appraisal using various techniques and  methodologies;
    • Preparing and analyzing financial models and financial statements;
    • Developing and drafting term sheets for transactions in line with customer’s request and the Bank’s evaluation;
    • Drafting teaser presentations and information memorandums for clients;
    • Managing the evolution of the department’s pipeline;
    • Evaluating scope of work, terms of reference and managing the selection process of consultants for the due diligence exercises;
    • Attending Internal (PAC, CRECO, etc.) & external meetings on behalf of the department;
    • Responsible for driving the department’s investor outreach and network;
    • Liaising with relevant departments in communicating queries and obtaining feedback to clients;
    • Any other duties assigned by the director of the department.

    Nature and Scope

    • Capital raising for corporate and government agencies;
    • Capital allocation across competing projects;
    • Growth strategies including mergers and acquisitions;
    • Corporate restructuring including divestitures, privatizations, disposals, and spin offs;
    • Company valuations;
    • Due diligence reviews;
    • Reaching key stakeholders and disseminating information about the Bank;
    • Preparation of investor pitches and project documents.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Degree in a relevant field from a recognized University backed up by appropriate experience of at least 5 years;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, corporates, and governments;
    • Demonstrated organizational capabilities, including ability to manage workload with limited supervision to attain goals.

    Benefits and Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Shearidan Rabsch" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Assistant Manager, ACMA (Capital Markets)

    Reference Number: SHRBLR007
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • Provide close support to the Departmental Head in creating and maintaining strong relationships with African governments, financial institutions and corporates as well as offshore investors (bond investors, private equity firms, venture capital companies and corporates) to facilitate development of a strong pipeline of good quality investment banking opportunities in support of the Bank`s mandate;
    • Provide technical input in all transactions which will enable African governments, public enterprises, supranational organizations, financial institutions and large corporates to access international bond markets to raise medium to long-term funding which is required to finance investments in trade-facilitating infrastructure, industrial processing plants and trade-related activities across the continent;
    • Keep abreast of developments in the global economy and capital markets;
    • Execute transactions which will contribute to development of Africa`s capital markets to ensure that they play a pivotal role in channelling portfolio investment flows into the continent especially in support of companies engaged in trade;
    • Market debt and equity product offerings to corporate, financial institutions and government clients;
    • Execute listing of bond and equity transactions in partnership with internal teams and external partners;
    • Daily responsibilities include both leading bond and equity execution as well as marketing, e.g. preparing market updates, conducting due diligence, internal/external project management, and client management through marketing and pricing dynamics;
    • Establish a high degree of trust with clients during execution, and grow rapport with clients by demonstrating an understanding of their needs and being responsive;
    • Understand Afreximbank’s approach and policies for managing risks and applicable legal and regulatory rules;
    • Proactively share information, knowledge and ideas to promote team success;
    • Provide analytical & modelling support, structuring ideas, financing agreement negotiation support, and oversee all aspects of transaction execution;
    • Manage underwriters, rating agencies, issuer counsels, accountants, and trustee engagements;
    • Prepare rating agency presentations and investor presentations;
    • Partner with legal counsels to develop financing documents and transaction prospectus;
    • Arrange institutional investor roadshows;
    • Implement structures to assist the Bank in mobilizing equity;
    • Implement structures to assist various clients to raise funds through securitization structures;
    • Adding value to the work done by Associates by enhancing substance to the proposals, reviewing accuracy of factual representations, logical integrity of all calculations in financial models and improving general presentation;
    • Participate in negotiations, use negotiation skills to overcome difficulties and finalize negotiations in capital market transactions;
    • Manage subordinate staff performance through appropriate performance planning, coaching and performance reviews;
    • Assist the unit head in marketing Capital Market services;
    • Implement new methodologies to improve all Capital Market services related processes;
    • Perform any other duties as may be assigned to the jobholder by Senior Management.

    Nature and Scope

    • Capital raising for corporate and government agencies;
    • Capital allocation across competing projects;
    • Growth strategies including mergers and acquisitions;
    • Corporate restructuring including divestitures, privatizations, disposals, and spin offs;
    • Company valuations;
    • Due diligence reviews;
    • Reaching key stakeholders and disseminating information about the Bank;

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Degree in a relevant field from a recognized University backed up by appropriate experience of at least 5 years;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting;
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Thorough understanding of capital market drivers and dynamics;
    • Understands transaction cycle and demonstrates attention to details during execution;
    • Ability to thrive under work pressure and remain focused on client needs;
    • Ability to interact comfortably with business clients and management teams;
    • Self-directed, highly motivated, and able to work independently and in a team;
    • Previous experience in credit and/or financial institution capital markets a plus;
    • Demonstrable experience in investment banking and capital market in Africa will be an added advantage;
    • Demonstrated aptitude for quantitative and qualitative analysis with a solid understanding of financial statements, financial modeling and company or industry analysis;
    • Advanced Excel skills and very strong financial modelling skills required;
    • Ability to follow-up independently and consistently and play the critical role as the project manager on most assignments and the primary capital markets contact person;
    • Ability to immediately contribute to the team based on past experience and help to transfer best practices and knowledge;
    • Self-starting team player who can think strategically and excel in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial, challenging work environment;
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa;
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of banks, regulators, corporates and governments.

    Benefits and Contractual information

    • Permanent.
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo, Egypt.
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply.


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Shearidan Rabsch" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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    Assistant Manager, AU / AfCFTA (Relations & Trade Policy)

    Reference Number: SFBLR06
    Location: Cairo, Egypt

    Responsibilities

    • The position holder as will assist and support the Senior Manager TPMA in:
      • Conceptualizing, planning, and implementing advocacy interventions under PAFTRAC.
      • Deliberately Promote relationships with organized business across Africa.
      • Promote relationships with key partners such as the AU, AfCFTA Secretariat, CoDA, SDGC etc.
      • Put in place the tools and processes for efficiency at operational level.
      • Developing programmes to ensure that trade and market access information is consistently gathered and disseminated to stakeholders.
      • Working with relevant departments to raise the profile of the bank’s trade policy and market access activities and services.
    • Build and maintain partnerships with Member States; Regional Economic Communities; the AU, Africa’s private sector and international organizations to inform trade policy and policy reform at the national, regional, continental, and global level and secure fair market access for African traders.
    • Advocate for trade policy reforms that support greater extra and intra-African Trade.
    • Support the Secretariat for PAFTRAC.
    • Organize and coordinate private sector engagement in trade and investment policy through PAFTRAC.
    • Strengthen African private sector capacities to influence trade policies and participate more effectively in trade negotiations at the bilateral, regional, and multilateral levels.
    • Work to open up markets for African exporters and traders through trade and market access information and advocacy.
    • Support the implementation of the AfCFTA and advocate for the inclusion of Bank initiatives under the AfCFTA (e.g., PAPSS, MANSA, Adjustment Facility).
    • Raise the profile of the Bank as a leading source of trade policy and market access information in Africa.
    • Summarize and disseminate relevant trade policy and market access information for management, the Bank’s stakeholders, and African clients.
    • develop and manage relationships with organized private sector focused on promoting Intra-African trade (e.g., Bilateral Business Councils, Pan-African Chamber of Commerce, Sub-Regional Business Councils).
    • Play an active role in trade and investment promotion activities in Africa, especially those directed towards intra-regional trade and investments.
    • Manage high level relationship with stakeholders especially the African Union, PAFTRAC, CoDA, SDGC etc.
    • Create advocacy and communication tools to support the work of the Bank and PAFTRAC.
    • Any other duties as assigned by Management.

    Requirements: Qualifications and Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree and Postgraduate Degree in Economics, Business, Communications, Event Management, Social Sciences, International Trade, or other trade related disciplines from a recognized University or a recognized post graduate professional qualification in a relevant area.
    • Sound experience of at least 5 years with a leading corporate, think tank or development / international finance institution and familiarity with African trade issues and advocacy and communication.
    • Demonstrated experience in advocacy and communication.
    • Knowledge of the role of trade and market information in terms of facilitating Intra-African Trade and investment.
    • Ability to communicate and function in a culturally diverse and change oriented setting with good knowledge of banking practices in Africa.
    • Ability to interact with senior officials of national, regional, and international trade and investment bodies and national governments and to represent the Bank in important professional fora where oral presentation of papers will be necessary to high level technical and professional audiences.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Knowledge of  the Bank's other working languages is an added advantage (French, Arabic and Portuguese).
    • Demonstrated leadership capabilities, including ability to organize and manage human resources to attain goals.
    • Ability to demonstrate proof of passion and commitment to the socio-economic empowerment of African countries and the ability to support the achievement of Afreximbank’ s mandate.

    Contractual Information

    • Permanent
    • Willing and able to relocate to Cairo
    • Suitably qualified candidates from all African nationalities are encouraged to apply


    Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to "Scott Fraser" at: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.

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