Reporting to the Director, Liquidity Risk Measurement, you will be a member of the Liquidity Measurement team.
You will be part of the liquidity center of expertise which is responsible for measurement and analysis of consolidated liquidity position of the financial group and is critical component of the overall liquidity risk management capability.
The team provides regular information to the regulators and management, analyzes trends in the balance sheet and liquidity and works with regional centers and business partners in understanding balance sheet and liquidity profile of the organization.
The role includes responsibility for timely and accurate production of liquidity metrics and conducting ongoing analysis and forecasting of changes in liquidity and balance sheet profile. Role also supports developing, maintaining and enhancing liquidity measurement capability. In addition, the incumbent will support the Director in special projects, ad-hoc analyses and presentations.
What will you do?
Prepare monthly Internal Liquidity Metric report, including data checks, corrections, validation and analysis of the results
Analyze short-term changes and long-term trends in balance sheet and liquidity position, update forecasts and projections. Liaise with internal partners to understand and explain dynamics of the liquidity metrics.
Prepare other liquidity metrics and reports on weekly, monthly and quarterly report
Prepare analytical reports for management and other internal business partners
Support and coordinate with Corporate Treasury teams in other locations (London, New York, Luxembourg)
Provide backup to other team members
What do you need to succeed? Must-have
Strong understanding of bank’s balance sheet
Good understanding of financial markets and instruments
Strong financial modeling and problem-solving skills
Experience with financial and/or regulatory reporting or risk measurement in financial institutions
Collaborative and consultative team player
Demonstrated integrity and independent thinking
Detail-oriented, thorough and conscientious
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Nice to have
Knowledge of Basel III and liquidity
Professional designation: CFA, CA or CGA preferred