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ING is looking for a Financial Risk Officer in the Portfolio Measurement & Analysis (PMA) team within Financial Institutions/Financial Markets (FIFM) Risk Management.
Job description FIFM is a global department in CRO Wholesale Banking, responsible for market risk, product control and counterparty credit risk for ING's Financial Markets business. Within that scope, PMA is responsible for monitoring, analysing and advising on:
Global market risk, regulatory and economic capital
Performance of the trading activities
Counterparty credit risk of derivatives
Performance and market risk of CVA
Collateral portfolio under CSA's
We are looking for a professional for the team measuring and analysing the derivatives credit exposures, covering amongst others the
Market Risk and Product Control of the CEM desk that manages XVA (P&L and Risk reporting, analysis, investigation)
Measurement of counterparty exposures
Monitoring & analysis of the Collateral Portfolio (including the recently implemented IM)
Providing input to regulatory requests
Proposing, analysing and supporting new developments, ad hoc requests and system changes
As a Financial Risk Officer you will be responsible for daily monitoring, measuring and advising on the market and counterparty credit risk of the ING Bank derivatives and securities financing portfolio.
Your work environment PMA is an energetic international team of highly qualified professionals. The team has an open, informal atmosphere and a strong focus on team work. We work closely with front office and risk management units worldwide in a dynamic environment to deliver accurate risk measurement ensuring balanced risk and return for ING. There is a strong focus to optimize the daily workload and find new ways to add value to our stakeholders.
Who we are looking for? A successful candidate should have strong analytical skills and the ability to create, challenge and improve risk monitoring techniques and measures. The candidate should have good communication skills and a pro-active attitude.
A university degree in economics, econometrics or other finance/quantitative subjects
Proven knowledge of and keen interest in financial markets and financial instruments
Good communication skills
Strong analytical skills with attention to detail
Flexible, able to adjust quickly to new circumstances