Risk Managment Associate

  • Competitive
  • New York, NY, États-Unis New York NY US
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Non-disclosed
  • 30 mai 18 2018-05-30

We are a global European bank with a growing NY office. We seek a Risk professional with a Bachelors degree and 3-4 years of experiene within a risk management team with a top tier bank/international financial services institution. Candidates should have excellent knowledge of the latest regulatory requirements and developments for stress testing, economic capital and risk/reward methodologies; understanding of Basel requirements.

Responsibilities include:

Manage Reporting Processes.

  • Gather key risk indicator data per US department and create the Risk & Control Follow Up dashboard on a monthly basis. Perform quality assurance on gathered data, challenge data suppliers where needed, ensure data quality management principles are adhered to.
  • Gather US risk appetite data and create the US Enterprise Risk Management dashboard on a quarterly basis. Perform quality assurance on gathered data, challenge data suppliers where needed, ensure data quality management principles are adhered to.  
  • Optimize risk reporting in general, in cooperation with other stakeholder

Manage Risk Governance issues.

  • Perform the Risk Counterpart role in the annual Risk Appetite Statement setting process for the USA whereby the Risk Support Officer applies his or her holistic knowledge of the US portfolio to challenge the business in order to ensure key risks are captured in the RAS.
  • Maintain strong connection with Head Office to keep informed on risk management updates; e.g. check whether the US portfolio is well represented in stress testing processes and ensure the US receives US stress testing results, etc.
  • Ensure the Stress Test Event Register is periodically updated and communicated with head office.
  • Monitor the adherence to the (global) risk policies of ABN AMRO and other related procedures and guidelines.

Manage risk monitoring activities

  • Assist LCRO USA in the implementation of the risk improvement agenda for USA (including resolution of findings from audit, risk review and external regulators related to risk management).
  • Facilitate the annual Strategic Risk Assessment for the USA.
  • As someone who in the process of gathering risk data from all the different departments in the US has a holistic view of all kinds of different risks that are managed in the US portfolio; advise the LCRO USA on key risks that you have identified that are essential to address either for the US or for the bank as a whole.
     
  1. Perform administrative duties
  • The Risk Support Officer has a role as secretary for writing minutes for the Local Enterprise Risk Committee USA.
  • Update local risk management files, such as the risk committee structure document, risk team job descriptions, credit risk delegation letters, etc. and communicate updates to head office where necessary.
  • Maintain reporting manuals that describe how risk reports are created, to ensure work can easily be reproduced or taken over by others.