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The Regulatory Capital Management Office (RCMO) oversees the end-to-end risk weighted assets (RWA) and capital measurement process across the Firm, and to help ensure efficient and appropriate management of capital. RCMO is an arm of Corporate Finance and partners with functional groups across the firm inclusive of market risk, model developers, corporate financial reporting and line-of-business product controllers to establish control and governance best practices and accountability for the Regulatory Capital process to generate the firm’s risk-weighted assets.
The Basel Measurement & Analytics (BM&A) group within RCMO is responsible for calculating, analyzing and reporting firmwide RWA for market risk, wholesale credit risk and retail risk stripes. The RWA measures feed into corporate functions to quantify and determine regulatory capital requirements and support external regulatory filings and disclosures. RCMO BM&A is responsible for the business requirements to develop and manage the Basel infrastructure and ensure calculations are in compliance with internal capital policy and guidance. In addition, RCMO BM&A supports ancillary activities to perform impact analysis on methodology changes driving by new rule proposal; support RWA component of CCAR, resolution & recovery, Pillar 2 ICAAP and Pillar 3 Disclosure; and quantitative impact studies (QIS) for regulatory agencies.
Scope of Role
Perform Risk Weighted Asset reporting and analysis across all derivative products, at the line of business level. Liaise with Product Controllers, Middle Office, Corporate Regulatory reporting and senior IB managers to ensure accurate filings as well as provide robust variance analysis with commentary explaining LOB strategy and market fluctuations. Analysis will include understanding Basel III RWA & Standard Leverage Ratio frameworks (for all products; Swaps, Options, Securities, etc.), counterparty risk, and counterparty exposure.
Reporting includes, but is not limited to:
FR Y9C, Call report, FFIEC 101, Supplementary Leverage Ratio etc.
Risk Weighted Asset (RWA) forecasting for Notional, MTM and Credit Derivative activity.
Driving project work related to enhancing the firm’s technology infrastructure to accurately capture and calculate RWA, Standard Leverage Ratio, etc.
Provide relevant ad-hoc analyses at the request of senior management
Quantifying and processing necessary adjustments in our reporting processes
Providing Quantitative Impact Study (QIS) information to regulators at their request
Answering formal Regulator inquiries, as well as interacting with examiners and auditors
Each segment of reporting and analysis will require strong understanding of the products being reported, how exposure is calculated and identifying potential saves for the firm.
Perform quarter end consolidation, calculation, and reporting of Basel Exposure
Act as business stakeholder on & help drive strategic projects related to reporting processes
Perform analyses, and accurately articulate results to managers & senior managers.
Perform reconciliations related to attributes used in the Exposure calculation processes, and process necessary adjustments.
Participate in end user project testing as needed. Identify gaps in current reporting processes and implement new controls to better measure business financials.
Qualified candidates must have a good understanding of IB products (specifically derivatives), be able to understand market drivers and how fluctuations generate financial impact.
Additional skill sets include the ability to:
Execute tasks within aggressive time frame
Multi-task in an ever changing environment
Take OWNERSHIP of processes
Partner with stake holders at all levels of the organization
Strong analytical skills:
A successful candidate will have the ability to quickly understand the workings of a variety of risk management systems, Investment Bank products and their interrelationships and dependencies on the regulatory reporting process.
0-4 years experience working in financial services
Basic understanding of Derivative & other Investment Banking products
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
***Note: This role requires compliance with the Firm’s Consecutive Leave Policy. The policy requires certain employees in sensitive positions to be out of the office for a specified period each calendar year. Please ask the recruiter or hiring manager for additional details***
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