Crdt Asst, Deb Collct & Recovery Analyst


The Hague: Royal Dutch Shell has issued the following job vacancy:

Crdt Asst, Deb Collct & Recovery Analyst

Country of Work Location

United Arab Emirates

Work Location


Company Description

Shell has been active in the United Arab Emirates since 1957. In the UAE, Shell is involved in every stage of the petroleum value chain – from the discovery and production of oil and gas to the distribution, marketing and retailing of oil, gas and petrochemicals. Your career at Shell UAE will thrive, thanks to its unrivalled career development programme that will see you tap into a pool of local and global experts that will help you unlock your potential and thereby help Shell expand its innovative scope. Shell UAE trades with customers throughout UAE and neighbouring regions from individual entrepreneurs and small businesses to major industry and multi-national companies. Shell UAE believes in giving back to the community: the Emirates Businesswoman Award, for example, aims to raise the profile of active business women in the UAE and encourages them to take on active roles.

Job Description

This role is primarily expected to manage Credit Assessment, Debt Collection & Debt Recovery Activities in Credit function for the Global businesses being managed from Dubai which markets Oil products including Lubricants (Local & Macro Distributors), Commercial Fuels, Bitumen, & P&T across some 30 countries in the M.E,CAS, Asia Pacific, Africa, South America and the East besides managing onshore business within UAE. The role will be responsible for the management of Risk assessment of customers and establishment of credit limits. The analysis of the overall credit exposure & for the recommendation of terms of credit. The negotiation and management of security necessary to support higher risk exposures, Debt recovery portfolio, and accounts receivable Bad debt provision. Approval of credit limits, risk categories, and release of blocked orders as per assigned MoA. Actively...

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