The New Product Committee (NPC) is the point of entry to support new activity and the launch of new studies.
Review of NPC memo written by Front Office
Challenge the request and clarify the scope, if necessary
To advise on feasibility & high level impacts for the different departments
Anticipate main impacts or blocking points to assist FO to prioritize and to take relevant actions
The team will also be coordinating department studies:Coordinate the NPC prioritization with FO
NPC team will also be in charge of the meeting committee organizationPrepare the weekly regional NPC agenda as well as the operational weekly meeting
NPC team will follow key indicator, follow up of conditions and reporting to NPC committee
Ensure the compliance to NPC Group policy
Assist on regulatory reporting related to new products
Once validated, NPC team will ensure that conditions raised during the validation meeting are followed and closed on due time
Ensure essential documents are available in IMPACT for audit and inspection
Monitor and report NPC breach / incidents
Implementation of Paris guidelines implementation in Asia if relevant and Implementation of Regulator recommendations in Asia.
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Societe Generale is one of the leading financial services groups in Europe. Based on a diversified and integrated banking model, the Group combines financial solidity and a strategy of sustainable growth.
Wholesale Banking in Asia Pacific is engaged in an ambitious strategy to develop new business initiatives in the region. According to the Group New Product Policy, the validation of new business initiatives are required to go through a proper New Product Committee (NPC) governance.
The NPC team in Asia, is in charge of designing and maintaining the regional governance, and ensuring that the new regional business initiatives follow this governance, centralized in Paris.
It will be the first point of contact for new business opportunities for MARK, GLBA, GTPS as well as NPC team in other regions.