The role of Financial Markets & Governance Risk Manager supports the Head Financial Markets & Treasury, E&A in protecting the bank and its income streams against disproportionate risks arising from all activities in Europe and America.
In conjunction with decision making responsibilities around Market & Credit Risk exposures for FM & Treasury activities in the UK & US, this role will also ensure maintenance of an appropriate governance framework of reporting and controls as necessary under the UK’s Senior Manager and Certification Regime (SMCR).This role will require strong communication skills and engagement across all geographies within Risk family, as well as a need to respond to Financial Markets and Treasury colleagues on time critical business opportunities.
- Develop the measurement and management of Market Risk exposures for E&A in line with the approved Risk framework and Risk Appetite Statement. This will include communication and explanation of changes in Market Risk policy, practices or appetite;
- Manage Counterparty Credit for Dealing Room Activities including Adhoc intraday limit requests, the support of Business Cases for Limit increases and intraday system needs.
- Monitor traded Market Risk & Counter Party Credit activities and performance including oversight of limit management within delegated authorities. Act as contact for FM & Treasury on requests to adjust Risk capacity to account for changing business opportunities;
- Maintain and develop working relationships with Members of above Committees to ensure satisfaction of governance requirements through meeting planning, collation and distribution of information and adequate record keeping;
- Oversee the embedding of changes in Markets / Risk technology, acting as key contact on initiatives such as SRR and DDA Projects;
- Development and maintenance of Liquidity risk measuring and monitoring techniques and tools.
- Be an active member of a team of two, ensuring team responsibilities to stakeholders are managed to ensure seamless coverage through team member absences and workflow ebbs and flows.