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Reputable Investment Management firm with offices in Denver, US require an experienced "Senior Risk Manager Enterprise Risk" to be part of the wider Enterprise Risk team within the Risk & Compliance function, reporting into the CRO. The role is based in Denver, US. The individual will be responsible for monitoring and assessing financial risks, to include counterparty risk, market risk oversight and liquidity risk.
The "Senior Risk Manager - Enterprise Risk" will be responsible for helping the Enterprise Risk team in developing and delivering oversight to support the business in mitigating risk associated with counterparty risk, market risk oversight and liquidity risk, the focus on North American business.
The successful individual will undertake the following;
Develop and improve tools to support the development of frameworks for Market Risk oversight and Counterparty Risk management, as well as Liquidity Risk Management Program, to include global requirements as well as region or jurisdiction specific regulations to monitor risk exposures and perform risk assessments
Work with and to challenge the front office investment risk team
Build and maintain tools that meet both firm-wide and regulator specific requirements for identifying, assessing, reporting and monitoring aspects of the program
Develop a framework for Market Risk activities in North America including the Financial Risk's responsibilities with respect to the side by side risk framework and risk vs fees initiative
Ensure that the Mark Risk oversight activities satisfy regional regulatory requirements, including UCITS and AIFMD monitoring and reporting
Provide expertise in liquidity risk management in the context of jurisdictional requirements for US Mutual Funds (SEC regulated Funds)
Support and develop the Financial Risk Team's responsibilities for liquidity risk management
Identify and address risk concentrations, limits, risk situations, policy violations and implementation of remediation plans
Perform risk assessments for both execution - only brokers and counterparties
Support and develop the Financial Risk Team's responsibilities in respect to counterparty risk management
Represent Financial Risk to clients, fund boards and internal committees as required
Develop and produce quarterly MI and metrics for Board reporting, senior management and internal oversight committees
Experienced in risk management, credit or counterparty management, and liquidity risk
Advanced knowledge of quantitative measures of liquidity risk, counterparty risk and market risk
Understanding of all aspects of regulation relating to counterparty risk management, market risk and liquidity risk management for the US
Knowledge of all market risk tools
Advanced knowledge of financial markets products and asset management products preferable
Investment Banking or Investment Management background
Postgraduate degree and professional qualifications preferred
This is an excellent opportunity for someone to work for a reputable Investment Management firm based in Denver, US. The individual will have a strong record of achievement, coupled with strong technical skills and academics.