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We Offer Supporting the Credit Control function of the Americas which has responsibility for maintaining a robust credit risk monitoring, reporting and control environment in accordance with Global CRM policies and procedures.
Primary duties of the Credit Control team include:
Operating a set of Controls in place to ensure Credit Risk bearing business in conducted in accordance with the firm's Credit Risk Policies and Procedures.
Credit exposure investigation and reporting.
Credit system exposure & limit capture.
Management reporting of Credit Control Metrics.
Providing support to the Regional Chief Credit Officer.
Coordinating CRM's involvement in New Business initiatives.
Training front-office personnel in CRM policy and the use of CRM systems.
The individual will work closely with other members of the regional and global Credit Control teams who are located in London, Zurich, New York, Wroclaw and Singapore, and will report to a the Regional Head of Credit Control Americas based in New York.
The individual will also work closely with the Credit Officers in the Americas, providing them with credit exposure investigation, reporting and policy enforcement support.
The role requires regular contact with managers of various back office departments, as well as front-office personnel, as part of the credit exposure investigation, New Business and CRM policy enforcement responsibilities.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
You Offer Education: Relevant undergraduate or graduate level degree
Financial industry experience and ideally experience in risk management and control roles.
Investment Banking financial product knowledge.
The candidate must have good attention to detail, have a solid appreciation of controls and be capable of applying control principles to a wide variety of situations.
The candidate will need to be resourceful, have solid communication skills and be capable of solving problems by working across teams and departments. -The candidate should be self-motivated, possess solid inter-personal skills, and demonstrate solid leadership abilities.