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Treasury is an established function within the Finance division at Nomura. The department has regional teams in Japan, EMEA, AEJ and the US. In addition, Treasury has a team in Mumbai that provides management information and analytical support for the Global team.
Treasury operates across the three divisions of the Firm (Wholesale, Retail Brokerage and Asset Management) with responsibility for all aspects of unsecured funding and to manage liquidity and funding in accordance with board-mandated stress tests and in compliance with regulatory liquidity requirements.
Key objectives critical to success:
Daily commentary on liquidity drivers and trends, ensuring on-going compliance with risk appetite
Cross metric business level explain of liquidity drivers; Connecting the drivers of regulatory liquidity to the Firm's funds transfer pricing policy
Develop and maintain liquidity management policies ensuring that risk is recognized, measured and managed across the firm on a sustainable basis and in line with appetite
Support the development of stress testing models across global markets and investment banking products, including application of quantitative and qualitative techniques
Support the development and business understanding of Funds Transfer Pricing policies, ensuring that financial costs are incorporated into performance evaluation and commercial decision-making
Development and management of business level liquidity controls
New Product liquidity impact modelling
Scenario analysis and modelling for LCR
Close partnership with report production team (on and off-shore) who are responsible for report production
Involvement in UAT and impact analysis assessment of policy changes
Contribute to the annual attestation of regulatory liquidity interpretation
Support for annual regulatory deliverables including; ILAAP, RRP and SWD
Contribute to the future regulatory change agenda including PRA 110 and NSFR
Skills, experience, qualifications and knowledge required:
Professional qualification in a relevant financial field or strong depth of experience in the financial services industry within a liquidity team
Technical capital markets business skills, ideally with knowledge of secured financing and derivatives transactions.
Deep technical knowledge of the EBA/PRA regulatory liquidity framework
Knowledge of liquidity best practices
Strong analytical skills.
Ability to influence all levels of seniority within Finance and the Global Markets division.
Impactful personality with strong interpersonal and communication skills.