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One function of the Treasury department is to ensure control over its funding position at all times for the full range of securities and derivatives products traded by the company. The Liquidity Manager's role is to ensure the company's liquidity risks are measured, monitored and reported in a timely manner, within the appropriate controls and procedures that meet the standards required by the regulators, our own auditors and our external risk stakeholders.
Key Job Functions
To monitor regulatory liquidity reports (FSA 47/48 etc.) and internal liquidity matrices
To determine the projections and drivers of the cash flows and liquidity flows
To assist Management in evaluating, assessing and analysis liquidity requirements
To help propose solutions to meet the requirements
To work with Risk Management to identify all the liquidity risks for the company, and enhance the liquidity risk management framework
Monitor, investigate and resolve all mismatches ensuring appropriate communication and escalation with desk / Treasurer / CFO
Assist Treasurer in developing liquidity projections, forecasts under stress scenarios
Analyse currency mismatches and funding shortfall
Assist Treasurer in building out Contingency Funding Plans, participate in the Liquidity processes such as ILAA
Initiate and manage projects to support the reduction of risk, enhancement of control, introduction of new products and business process changes throughout the Operations teams both in London and New York
Help in preparation of regulatory reports for liquidity and ad hoc analysis on the Firm's funding issues
Work with Treasury Funding Manager to meet the firm's funding and liquidity requirement, serve as back up when he/she is not available.
Serve as Secretariat for Liquidity Management Committee
Responsibility and Authority
The role has responsibility for the team assigned, including monthly reviews, updates and appraisals including realignment of any role as the business demand dictates
The role requires the holder to make decisions on daily management of the cash movement population throughout the whole lifecycle, informed by experience, market knowledge, understanding of accepted practice and industry standards, whilst recognising when decision making needs to be referred elsewhere.
The role requires production and presentation of the ILAA process for the Firm
The role also requires maintenance of, and adherence to, the department's Policy and Procedures.
On a regular basis, Internal Stakeholders consist of: