Non Financial Risk Portfolio Reporting AVP

Competitive
Permanent
City of London
14 Jan 2020
BBBH750761

Global investment bank seeks AVP level Portfolio Risk reporting analyst as part of its Non Financial risk division.

Job Title: Non-Financial Risk Portfolio Management - Governance

Corporate Title: Assistant Vice President

The Non-Financial Risk Portfolio Management team's mandate is to govern and administer the Group Profile to enable proactive oversight and management of the bank's Profile, by NFR Committee, Management Board and Risk Committee of the Supervisory Board. Portfolio Management team is responsible for the aggregation, quality assurance and reporting of risk, control and event information to create a holistic NFR Profile to enable effective oversight and optimal risk decisioning of NFR across the bank..

Key Responsibilities:

Monitoring developments within Non-Financial Risk Portfolio at Group level (e.g. loss themes, Risk Metrics, Findings/Self -Identified Issues and other contextual information)

Facilitating implementation of Non-financial risk management best practice within key 2nd line infrastructure functions

Assisting in the preparation of decision-preparing material for governance

Co-ordinating response for ad hoc NFR requests from senior management/regulators

Providing input into the design and enhancement of existing reports which are provided to various functions and fora within the Bank

Providing accurate, complete and current Group NFR Profile for governance bodies and associated reporting

Reviewing, Challenging and assuring submissions for NFR Reporting

Skills & Qualifications:

Educated to Bachelor's degree level or equivalent qualification/relevant work experience

Demonstrable experience in risk management, portfolio reporting or internal controls role within financial services desired

Understanding of Non-financial risk management principles and the 3 Lines of Defence model

Evidence of developing strong working relationships with business partners to facilitate successful risk management

Advanced user of Microsoft Excel/Access database with experience of data aggregation and manipulation to produce meaningful Management Information

Ability to analyse data to draw conclusions and provide concise commentary

Excellent written communication skills, both written and verbal, with a keen eye for detail with a focus on quality control

A team player; able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and meet competing and changing deadlines

Job Description Summary

The Divisional Regulatory, Risk and Control Analyst provides data analysis, identifies and evaluates potential areas of non-compliance or risk, assessing impact, probability and defined risk tolerance and presents findings and proposals for risk mitigation measures. The Divisional Regulatory, Risk and Control Analyst is responsible for supporting the delivery of the risk and control initiatives. This includes participation in risk and control activities, risk based control reporting of key issues, performance and validation of cyclical activities such as annual control self assessments. It may also include control testing, incident research, remediation and other ad hoc control initiatives and projects. Working closely with teams in and out of the division to understand risks impacting the group.

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