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We are looking for a Senior Executive in the risk monitoring team. The main job scope of the role is to prepare various Risk Dashboard. In addition, this role will also assist in various ad-hoc risk projects.
Key Responsibilities include:
Produce Enterprise Risk Dashboard for Market, Insurance, Credit, Liquidity and Operational Risks.
Investigate and provide movement analysis on results (VaR, sensitivity and stress testing, etc.).
Monitor portfolio adherence to risk limits and liaise with business partners, as needed.
Collate and ensure completeness, accuracy and timeliness of data.
Propose and conduct methodology/process improvement initiatives for dashboards enhancement.
Operationalize and produce granular risk dashboards for Market, Insurance, Counterparty, Liquidity and Operational Risks.
Contribute to risk management projects including ORSA, operational risk initiatives, risk control and mitigating activities.
Degree in Actuary, Finance, Economics or related field.
1 to 2 years of relevant working experience in Financial Services, including financial risk/actuarial experience. Fresh graduates are welcome.
Strong desktop software skills, especially MS Excel (VBA).
Knowledge in RBC 2 preferred.
Experience in Factset or/and Tableau preferred.
Experience in Prophet, VBA, SQL and Python preferred.
Other competencies and traits:
Strong analytical skill, organized and ability to meet strict deadlines.
Good oral and writing skills (documentation, report and presentation).
Ability to communicate complex matters with clarity to non-specialist audiences.