Citigroup CCAR Production – RWA & Consolidated Income, Capital Planning - SVP in Queens, New York
The Capital Planning organization is responsible for the planning and forecasting of capital. The team's activities are focused on all scenarios across the stress continuum, ranging from business as usual to stress environments, including CCAR/DFAST, Recovery and Resolution. Our capabilities include accurately forecasting capital capacity and ratios and related measures, such as Risk-Weighted Assets; coordinating associated regulatory submissions; and improving the systems and processes used to perform these activities.
This role will be part of the team which has been established to support the CCAR/DFAST workstreams. The role is responsible for managing the CCAR/DFAST forecasting processes, coordinating the compilation of critical inputs to CCAR/DFAST submissions, by engaging with CCAR/DFAST workstreams (particularly RWA, Tax, Goodwill and Capital) on a regular basis to ensure they understand and can meet the deliverables required, and identifying needed improvements with Finance, Risk and technology partners. The role also provides support as a subject matter expert for CCAR/DFAST.
The position will report to the Director of RWA & Consolidated Income Workstream Engagement, who is responsible for managing the CCAR Production process for these workstreams, monitoring the control environment, and identifying needed enhancements.
This role requires an individual who can work on multiple, simultaneous deliverables and will focus upon communication and high-profile initiatives, with the following key responsibilities:
Manage the execution of the CCAR production process, with a focus RWA, Tax, Goodwill and Capital workstreams; Facilitate regular check-in meetings with the workstreams; track progress on all open deliverables
Provide workstreams with support during production cycle; reviewing methodology documents
Act as a liaison between workstreams and other functions such as Model Risk Management and Internal Audit. Support preparation of executive/management level reporting
Understand and monitor the controls over the CCAR production process for designated workstreams
Identify and escalate the need for process, execution and control enhancements
Provide regular updates to Managing Director of CCAR Execution
Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or related field, MBA is a plus
10+ years of relevant experience, within the financial services industry highly preferred
Requires a comprehensive knowledge of multiple areas within a function and how they interact in order to achieve the goals of the function.
Requires communication and diplomacy skills in order to guide and influence others.
Experience and demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities in a complex and dynamic environment
Self-motivated with the ability to make decisions in the absence of detailed instructions.
Proficient Microsoft Office skills
In depth knowledge of banking products / systems highly preferred.
Extensive experience in a senior role as part of a Central CCAR team, preferably at a GSIB
The ability to work collaboratively both within and outside of Capital Planning, particularly with Risk, Finance and Technology
Strong written communication skills and process reengineering experience
Ability to multi-task and coordinate multiple assignments and projects.
Familiarity with financial services regulatory environment and capital planning supervisory expectations
Excellent proficiency in Microsoft Office – particularly PowerPoint (presentation decks), Word (business writing) and Excel (metrics and data analysis)
Superior communication skills, both written and verbal.
Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment while multitasking and meeting strict deadlines.
Very strong project management skills; able to quickly structure an approach to address new problems; proven ability to make decisions and drive execution
Ability to learn quickly and take initiative in self-development.
Robust problem solving and analytical skills, with diligence and superior attention to detail
Strong influencing, facilitation, and partnering skills required
Job Family Group:
Fin Solutions Dsgn & Implement
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