Citigroup Corporate Treasury Liquidity Risk Management - VP in London, United Kingdom
Job Purpose :
Corporate Treasury Balance Sheet and Liquidity Management Lead Analyst for the UK Broker Dealer Treasury.
Contribute to analysis, modelling and monitoring of liquidity risk and exposures in the derivative and secured financing products for Citi. Building reporting to monitor and manage these exposures in the firm. Partner across regions and business teams to execute against key regulatory deliverables.
Key Responsibilities :
-Produce and Analyse models to stress Liquidity Risk of Derivatives portfolios, Prime Finance Business, and Secured Finance products under multiple scenarios, identify key drivers, and work with the Desks to monitor, mitigate and reduce risks
Produce and Analyse Derivatives Ratings Downgrade Provisions, Margin requirements, and other Liquidity aspects of Citi's Derivative portfolios
Analyse the impact of new regulations to our bank and corporate chain legal entities for the Markets business
Analyse and calculate impact of SLR, LCR and NSFR in Derivatives, SFT and Prime Finance portfolios
Participate in Collateral Management work streams and collaborate in the stress-testing process and modelling
Partner with Legal, Finance Desks, Operations, and other teams across Citi to execute on Derivatives and SFT deliverables
Act as a liaison to the business/legal/regions, and interface with senior managers of Treasury and Regulators in various Treasury aspects
-Preparing materials and participating in regulatory reviews like L-SREP and ILAAP
- Independently handle ad hoc analyses from management and businesses
Interaction with senior management
The opportunity to present to forums including ALCO, governance committees and regulatory engagements
Making a significant contribution to ensuring the firm meets its financial targets through efficient use of the balance sheet
Understanding of firm’s liquidity concepts like US Regulatory LCR, RLAP, RLEN, NSFR and CRD IV liquidity regulations
Exposure to a broad range of business areas and products
Knowledge / Experience:
5-7 years of experience, preferably within Financial Services
People and/or project management experience in a dynamic and highly technical environment is a plus
High energy style with the ability to work independently and multi-task in a fast pace environment
Ability to interact with all levels of management, strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
Knowledge of Treasury, Secured Funding Transactions, Derivatives and Prime Finance recommended
Must possess a proactive work ethic and be a team player
University degree in Finance/Math/Economics. Post graduate quality a plus
Prior Treasury and/or Finance function experience required
Strong analytical skills with advanced critical thinking capabilities
Well-developed aptitude with databases, spreadsheets, and other desktop applications
Comfortable communicating across teams and geographies, taking into account cultural sensitivities and different working practices
Ambitious and willing to learn; able to quickly assimilate new information
Diplomatic; able to manage situations where conflicts of interest may arise
Able to act as a partner to the businesses
Ability to take decisions and/or escalate where appropriate, to deliver results and meet objectives in a defined timeframe
Exceptional candidates who do not meet these criteria may be considered for the role provided they have the necessary skills and experience.
Demonstrates an appreciation of a diverse workforce. Appreciates differences in style or perspective and uses differences to add value to decisions or actions and organisational success.
Citi is an Equal Opportunities Employer
This job description does not constitute an offer of employment. Any offer and subsequent employment may be subject to certain terms and conditions, including a number of screening conditions such as a satisfactory criminal records bureau check.
Job Family Group:
Balance Sheet Management
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