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ICBC Standard Bank Plc (ICBCS) is 60% owned by Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and 40% by Standard Bank. ICBCS benefits from a unique Chinese and African parentage and an unrivalled global network and level of expertise. ICBCS is a leading financial markets and commodities bank, driven to deliver the right outcomes for our stakeholders, clients, counterparties and the markets in which we operate. We deliver products in an environment which considers the appropriate needs of our clients, whilst providing guidance and expertise to ensure our employees understand our business and uphold the highest levels of conduct. We want passionate and talented individuals who are motivated by high growth potential being achieved in doing business the right way. Headquartered in London, ICBCS also has operations in Shanghai, Singapore and New York. Department Summary -Treasury & Capital Management
Treasury & Capital Management has two key areas: TCM Policy, Planning & Reporting; and Liquidity Management.
TCM Policy, Planning & Reporting has three key activities:
TCM Reporting is responsible for the calculation, control and reporting of the Bank's capital and liquidity positions as well as all primary prudential returns to the PRA and Bank of England on capital, liquidity, large exposures, leverage and a wide range of statistical returns. The function is also responsible for the provision of regulatory information to ICBC Head Office ALM, MID and Risk Management departments in Beijing for their consumption and to support onwards submission of returns to the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC). The function also assumes ownership of all capital and liquidity reporting systems as well as responsibility for change management of these systems to accommodate new business activities.
TCM Policy and Planning is responsible for liquidity and capital related regulatory policy adherence for the Group with a focus on Pillar 2, including the production of key annual documents - ICAAP, ILAAP, RRP, SWDP, managing the Contingency Escalation frameworks, monitoring and managing capital requirements supply and demand over the planning horizon, supporting the business on capital and liquidity optimisation and business initiatives, and managing the delivery of key regulatory policy development for Liquidity and Capital.
TCM Policy and Business Liaison is responsible for capital regulatory policy with a focus on Pillar 1, supporting the implementation of Pillar 1 policy (primarily with the TCM Reporting Team), supporting the business on understanding capital and liquidity drivers, supporting the optimisation of capital, and supporting business initiatives (at times undertaking a cross finance co-ordination).
The department as a whole is responsible for identifying regulatory changes concerning liquidity and capital, and incorporating these into regulatory systems and reporting processes. Job Purpose
This is a key role within the TCM Change & Control team, with a focus on driving development of the TCM liquidity system to deliver internal and regulator driven change, enhancing the control environment across the broader function, and providing support in an SME capacity to the Liquidity Reporting team. Although this role is primarily liquidity focused it does offer exposure to capital, large exposure and leverage as also covered by the team.
Key strategic objectives are:-
Strategic development of TCM liquidity systems and processes to support Bank-wide change and deliver against new reporting requirements from the regulators.
Drive redevelopment of TCM systems to rationalise processes and seek cost efficiencies.
Review and strengthen the control environment surrounding the team's liquidity reporting requirements.
Close liaison with TCM Policy & Business Liaison teams on matters of regulatory interpretation, technical advice and RWA optimisation.
Support the core Reporting Team in the assurance process around COREP liquidity returns and other key prudential reporting processes.
Close working relationship with Finance IT. Prioritisation of IT workslate and ensuring delivery of liquidity change items.
Work closely with other departments across the Bank (including Financial Reporting, Risk and Front Office) to support new business initiatives and regulatory developments.
Work with the Finance IT function to deliver TCM liquidity system changes in both a "run the bank" and "change the bank" capacity as appropriate.
Drive changes to liquidity systems and processes to accommodate both internal and regulator-driven change.
Actively work with the Liquidity Reporting Team to reduce the number of manual adjustments and work collaboratively with other teams to avoid duplication of work and bring about efficiencies.
Ownership of the ongoing maintenance and changes to the liquidity system, ensuring the integrity of the system and data is maintained through thoughtful design, the production of high quality business requirements and robust testing.
Design and deliver control improvements to liquidity reporting processes (including embedding control frameworks and Business Operating Models).
Support of the TCM Liquidity Reporting Team, acting as system SME and key link between policy and practice.
Attendence at TCM Development and Policy Forums to support the Bank's response to forthcoming regulations and drive matters of policy interpretation.
Participation in the new product approval process to ensure liquidity calculations accurately reflect new business activity.
Represent the function in key discussions with stakeholders across the Bank supporting ad hoc queries as required.
Preferred Qualifications and Experience
Strong academic background, educated to degree level.
Qualified CIMA or ACCA.
In depth knowledge of LCR, AMM and NSFR rules.
Knowledge of the European Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and the latest Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) for banks and investment firms.
Strong and broad product knowledge across the financial sector.
Proven track record of delivering on project responsibilities and in delivering change.
Knowledge, technical skills and expertise
(E) = Essential and (D) = Desirable
Proven analytical ability. (E)
Ability to meet tight deadlines. (E)
IT skills. (E) (Microsoft Excel)
Appreciation of risk and importance of controls. (E)
Good product knowledge e.g. Secured financing transactions, fixed income, currencies and derivatives. (E)
Good communication/interpersonal and presentational skills.
Able to build strong relationships with stakeholders at all levels - and adaptable to the changing requirements of those stakeholders.
Proactive and organised, attends to details and has good problem solving/analytical skills.
Flexible outlook and attitude, resilient and able to embrace change.
A natural curiosity, desire to learn and willingness to share knowledge/coach others.
High level of integrity in approach to work and interaction with colleagues.
Requirements: Locale London
Internal Number: 6569747
About ICBC Standard Bank Plc
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