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Description of the Business Line or Department
The Financial Risk Department is responsible for the production of capital and liquidity stress testing (including market, operational and credit risk) and all relevant associated processes and documentation. The department is also responsible for the creation of commercial and other business line management information. The department is the lead for the Inspection, internal and external audit oversight control framework and all risk governance. The department is the second line of defence for all Treasury activities.
Summary Of The Key Purposes Of The Role
Assisting in the development of a stress testing and risk modelling framework
Development of stress tests and scenario analysis
Assisting in the presentation, interpretation and explanation of risk measures and stress testing results
Data mining, cleansing and enrichment
Summary Of Responsibilities
Data extraction projects.
Assisting in the development and maintenance of stress tests.
Assisting in the development and maintenance of risk measures (early warning indicators)
Market risk monitoring and reporting.
Responsibility for escalating risk breaches within their scope
Maintenance of data integrity.
Assist in production of annual ICAAPs.
Assist in production of annual ILAAPs
Assist in management of regular LCP tests
Assist with the modelling of Business related activities such as dry lending and drawdown of committed facilities.
Embody Code of Conduct and behavioral competency
Required: MS Access database user and developer
Required: MS Excel advanced user and VBA developer
Required: Experience developing SQL queries
Required: High standard of written English
Required: Experience presenting information in Microsoft PowerPoint
Desirable: Familiarity with 'R' programming language
Desirable: Familiarity with Microsoft.Net , C#, SQL Server
Desirable: understanding of application development lifecycle
Enquiring mind and motivation to learn
Pragmatic problem solver
Able to deal with ambiguity
Able to work to deadlines while managing work/life balance
Required: 3-5 years experience in banking, risk consultancy or fund management
Required: Basic understanding of banking regulation and accounting standards
Desirable: Familiarity with private banking products (mortgages, deposits, Lombard lending)
Desirable: Familiarity with investment products and derivatives (bonds, interest rates swaps, FX)
Desirable: Experience with ICAAP and ILAAP under CRR (PRA or other European regulator)
If you feel you have the required experience and qualifications, then please apply to the SG Resourcing Team, and we will manage your application. At Societe Generale, we believe our people are our strength and are core to the success of our business. As such, we search for, recruit and appoint the best available person on the basis of aptitude and ability, regardless of sex, marital or civil partnership status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, pregnancy, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, belief or gender reassignment.