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To provide support in the measurement, evaluation and reporting of risk across all areas of the business globally and provide clear risk information to the Head of Risk, thereby contributing to reporting to senior management and oversight bodies.
Provide forward-looking risk input, trying to anticipate potential issues by assessing known or foreseeable risks and thereby enabling the business to take action to avoid or mitigate the impact of those issues.
Facilitate the embedding of a culture of risk management throughout the business on a global basis by actively cultivating and maintaining key relationships, providing advice and support on risk management issues and demonstrating to Management the benefits to be derived from such a culture.
Provide input into the development, management and maintenance of the business's operational risk framework, incorporating suitable tools, techniques and reports to support the business, Executive Leadership Team ("ELT"), Risk & Compliance Committee ("RCC") and regulators. These include, but are not limited to: risk appetite, risk assessment models, risk indicators and risk event evaluation.
Undertake risk and control reviews in appropriate areas of the business, either in a standalone capacity or working alongside Internal Audit and/or Compliance.
Lead the delivery of a risk based, enterprise-wide monitoring plan to ensure that operational (and other) risk issues are identified and mitigated prior to risks crystallising.
Proactively contribute to the process for evaluating and rectifying major incidents across the business, minuting incident committees where relevant, ensuring swift resolution of the incident, capturing root causes, lessons learnt and ensuring any actions for future risk mitigation are implemented.
Liaise with non-UK offices (currently Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain, Singapore, Sweden, China and Australia) to ensure they are aware of developments in risk-related policies and other relevant matters and receive their feedback on risk matters in their jurisdiction.
Contribute to the risk team's maintenance of the company's global business continuity management framework and procedures.
Assist in maintaining an effective approach to overseeing risk management in conjunction with applicable regulatory requirements e.g. AIFMD, ICAAP, Dodd Frank, EMIR.
Monitor portfolio risks (Market, Credit and Liquidity) relative to pre-determined thresholds.
Maintain awareness of developments in risk and control assessment in the industry, and promote innovation to management on issues relevant to the company's business profile.
Technical Skills & Qualifications Required;
5+ years' experience in financial services of which majority spent in a risk or risk related function;
Strong relationship building attributes based around mutual respect and the strength of character to be able to present risk management issues assertively but constructively;
The ability to act under their own initiative and be able to influence a variety of stakeholders, including senior management, in order to achieve their objectives;
Strong communication, reporting and presentation skills;
A focus on delivery and the ability to work to tight deadlines; and