Tower 42
Dependent upon experience

About the Role

Purpose of the role
An opportunity for an analytical individual with an interest in financial services and a keen attention to detail to join an integral function of the Bank. The Treasury Regulation Manager will have responsibility for assessing the impact of regulation on liquidity and market risk management and regulatory reporting, and leading on Treasury involvement in the ICAAP, ILAAP and the Recovery Plan. A flexible approach will be required in order to support and lead a wide range of projects in a growing Treasury function.
Duties and responsibilities
  • Lead Treasury involvement in the ICAAP, the ILAAP and the Recovery Plan
  • Monitor regulatory developments and assess their impact on the management of liquidity and market risk exposures and on regulatory returns
  • Support the completion of treasury related regulatory reporting returns ensuring integrity of data and the maintenance of interpretation documents
  • Support the enhancement and analysis and identify opportunities to improve reporting processes
  • Provide input to the stress testing undertaken in Treasury and the development of dynamic modelling of the balance sheet to reflect assumed behavior of assets and liabilities in response to changes in the operating environment
  • Liaise with the second line as part of the prudential risk horizon scanning
  • Provide input into the formulation of risk appetites for liquidity risk and market risk
  • Work with business areas to improve behavioural analysis and how it impacts the measurement of IRRBB and liquidity exposure
  • Assist with the preparation of various treasury risk management and ALCO reports
  • Lead projects as required and provide cover for the senior members of the Treasury team

About You

  • Highly analytical with good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel is essential
  • High level of accuracy in all matters with ability to deliver under pressure
  • Ability to assess, understand and communicate complex financial information
  • Team player but capable of working on their own
Qualifications and experience
Strong degree in a quantitative field and previous experience in drafting documents such as the ICAAP and ILAAP.
Working hours
37.5 hours per week – whilst our standard hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm (one hour for lunch) we encourage flexible working and your preferred options will be considered.

Relevant training will be provided.

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