Legal Assistant Manager – SME

Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)
Dubai, UAE

Ref: LP452-84
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)

The Role


The Role


- Implementation of all necessary legal proceedings against delinquent customers as proposed by collection team.

- Work closely with external law firms on executing appropriate legal actions to minimize various risks of defaulted accounts.

- Establish out of court settlements/ workouts & maintain relevant reports

Responsibilities :

Quantifiable

- Follow up on cases that under litigation

- Number of successful legal proceeding (PN/ civil suits/ Travel Bans/ attachments...etc)

Non-Quantifiable

- Presenting high standards of customer level

- Complying with COC

- Knowledge of SME products

Key Results

- Protection of Banks’ assets

- Efficient handling of deteriorated cases & work towards regularization.

- Controlling risk coming from skip customers

- To ensure that all proposed legal actions are executed within acceptable time-frame

- To ensure regular follow up with the lawyers (external & internal) on litigation cases

- To accommodate urgent requests in case of potential skip customers

- To provide necessary legal advice on requests routed by the collection team

- To Join collection field officers in their visits to high complicated cases

- Rework/ Restructure/ Remedial measures for distressed cases.

Requirements


Requirements


Law graduate with minimum 5 years experience in legal field out of which 3 years in banking industry. Should also have the ability to work under pressure and deliver targets according to business budget.

About the Company


About the Company


ADCB was incorporated on 1 July 1985 as a public joint stock company for an unlimited duration in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE. ADCB is registered under the UAE Federal Commercial Companies Law No. (8) of 1984 under registration number 4 and operates in the UAE under a banking licence issued by the Central Bank of the UAE.

ADCB provides a range of consumer and corporate banking, Islamic banking, trade finance, structured finance, foreign exchange, derivatives, and financial advisory services, primarily in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, ADCB’s subsidiary Abu Dhabi commercial Islamic Finance PSC holds an Islamic banking license.

As at 31 December 2010, ADCB operated 47 branches, 4 pay offices and 265 ATMs in the UAE; 4 new branches and 99 new ATMs were added during 2010. ADCB also operated 2 branches in India.
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