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The Financial Risk (FR) department is a head office function that sets and controls financial risk strategy across the organization. The department provides strategic guidance on financial risk (credit, trading, treasury and balance sheet), safeguards regulatory compliance, is responsible for model development for banking, trading and credit risk. The job opening is currently within the Treasury and Capital Management (T&CM) of FR which performs a Tier 1 ALM risk management for Group Treasury (GT) and Tier 2 ALM risk management oversight for the Treasury functions in the local entities.
What you'll do
The key activities for the Treasury Risk Manager role are:
Periodic monitoring of financial risks in the Treasury Books against defined limits and control, both on Tier1 and Tier 2 level. The main activities monitoring & analyzing interest rate, FX and intraday liquidity risks in the banking book;
Price testing and valuation adjustments on Treasury portfolios;
Coordinating, challenging & performing financial risk analysis and assessment of Treasury Risks within the Bank;
Risk appetite setting and oversight of Treasury activities globally;
Acting as advisor to local Treasury Risk managers;
Participation in (change) projects of different sizes from department wide to bank-wide projects;
Validation of implementation of risk models, pricing curves and configurations in position keeping systems for the Treasury business as a result of regulatory requirements and financial market changes;
Monitoring of issuance and securitization programmes.
How to succeed
Work experience & skills required:
2-3 years of experience in a Financial Risk role in the Treasury domain;
Experienced in risk management and financial products;
Fluent in English;
Academic level, preferably in Economics/Econometrics/Finance or Quantitative specialization.
Well able to present complex content in easy and transparent way.
Personal qualities & behavioural traits:
Good communication skills and a real team player;
Able to identify and solve complex problems independently and with experienced staff, also involving the appropriate parties;
Result-driven and able to push things forward in a persistent and constructive manner;
Able to manage different stakeholders and navigate different cultural environments;
Decisive and resilient while remaining flexible towards changing situations;
Well structured, autonomous, highly adaptive, flexible team player;
Thrive while working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment;
What we offer
A job from 36 to 40 hours and a unique offer that fits in with the times of today. We take into account your home situation and your ambitions and help you to balance work and private life. Discover yourself our employmentconditions.;
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