Director - Capital Risk Management
- Develop a Capital Risk team for the bank and to implement a Capital Risk oversight function supported by a robust and agreed oversight framework embedded in the Capital Risk Policy
- Implement within the bank a approach for allocation of capital to businesses consistent and in line with allocation of Risk Appetite for financial volatility, including setting of business capital limits where appropriate.
- Set-up and implement a robust framework for risk based return on capital to businesses, including monitoring and integrating this framework into the Finance performance management infrastructure.
- Set-up a reporting infrastructure to assess all elements of capital volatility and their drivers and advise on appropriate capital management buffers.
- Develop a centre of excellence for capital risk analytics in particular focusing on capital volatility, risk based return on capital and capital allocation.
Essential Skills Needed
- Experience in Risk and Treasury Capital Management
- Strong leadership skills and proven track record of implementing bank-wide frameworks
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and ability to interact with senior management
- Ability to present complex topics succinctly and concisely
- Strong organizational and networking skills
- Skillful co-ordination of a wide range of stakeholders both within and beyond the Risk function
- Knowledge of Treasury Function
- Experience of managing a Risk Controls Environment
- Experience with Governance committee management
- Politically astute and able to understand the dynamics of large, complex organisations
If you feel you have the relevant skills for the role please apply via financial careers or alternatively you can send you details direct to me on email@example.com or for a confidential chat 02070920064
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