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The role is accountable for designing and developing new methodology, enhancing, and maintaining current methodology for wholesale credit risk model - for lending portfolios in US and Canada-, including stress test models used for compliance to regulatory requirements such as Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) in US, Internal Capital Adequacy Assessment Process (ICAAP) and Macro-Stress Test (MST) in Canada, as well as IFRS9 and CECL models required to accomplish the monthly reserve calculation. The role is also accountable for methodology and models used by line of businesses to assess risks under stress scenarios and plan business strategies accordingly. The role provides methodology supports to standard and ad-hoc requests from regulators, and undertakes research and innovation activities for benchmarking and keeping up with industry best practices regarding credit risk methodology.
KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
A. Methodology for wholesale credit risk, including model development, implementation, performance monitoring, and overall maintenance B. Methodological support to Stress testing program and underlining infrastructure C. Research, innovation, and Bechmarking, and validation of vendor models D. Relationship Management
A. Methodology for wholesale credit risk portfolios, including model development, implementation, performance monitoring, and overall maintenance
Under the direction of the Director, Credit Risk Models:
Develop, document, enhance and implement credit risk models for wholesale portfolios covering legal entities (US, Canada, Europe, Asia) and across the enterprise
Develop model performance metrics and insure all credit models in production perform within acceptable ranges set in the model monitoring and triggers reviews framework
Assist the Director:
With Key regulatory related activities to ensure appropriateness, robustness and completeness of the quantification framework for ICAAP, CCAR, and MST.
In partnering with different Risk groups across lines of business and relevant stakeholders for model design, output usage, feedback and, end-to-end activities
In building processes and improving current stress testing, IFR9/CECL methodology to meet all business and regulatory developments and constraints
B. Methodological support to Stress testing/IFRS9/CECL program and underlining infrastructure
Partner with the Risk Reporting and Portfolio Management group during ICAAP, CCAR, and MST activities to support the quantification and analysis of all relevant risks
Provide methodological support to the enterprise stress testing and IFRS9/CECL programs and in designing, implementing, and validating the underlining models and their outputs
C. Research, innovation, and Bechmarking
Under the direction of the Director
Conduct innovative reseach and benchmarking to keep informed of leading research and industry best practices and critically evaluate, develop and deploy systematic methodology improvements.
Validate methodologies of vendor purchased models and tools and related infrastructure to ensure all business and compliance requirements are met
D. Relationship Management
Build effective relationships with internal/external stakeholders including model validation and governance, line of businesses, Audit, and regulators; Supports the execution of strategic initiatives in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders
Ensures alignment across stakeholders and customers about business needs, analytical tools, and process efficiencies.
Qualifications a) Qualifications:
Graduate degree in a quantitative discipline Masters or Ph.D. (Mathematics, Statistics, Finance, Economics/Econometrics, Physics, Engineering, or equivalent). A relevant professional designation (e.g. FRM, CFA) may also be a plus
Four or more years of relevant business experience in credit and/or market risk,
Good knowledge of Basel framework and regulatory requirements (Basel II, III, Regulatory capital, Stress Testing)
Knowledge of Corporate/Commercial lending portfolios and credit risk modelling including Basel parameters estimation (PD, LGD, EAD, correlation)
Knowledge of Bank's products, procedures, processes, and data
Understanding of interplays of changes in economic and financial environments on credit risks
Good knowledge of database structure and data mining
Competency in working with databases, statistical and programming tools including at least three of the following: SAS, Matlab, R, VBA, SQL, python, etc.
Proficiency in numerical methods including Monte Carlo simulation and bootstrapping techniques,
Capacity to blend quantitative/theoretical thinking to resolve most technical and conceptually ambiguous issues/situations with sound business judgement
Ability to work both independently and as part of cross-functional teams in a dynamic environment and undertake, execute and deliver on time multiple concurrent projects
Excellent written and verbal communications with an ability to communicate and articulate coherent complex concepts or arguments with clarity, including good presentation skills
Strong ability to manage relationships with business partners
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