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Intern Risk Manager

Department
Risk Management
Branch
Geneva
% employment type
Internship – 6 months
Mission
  • We are looking for an Intern in Risk Management. The role offers excellent learning and interaction with cross-regional departments across business lines, governance, and control functions. You will gain and enhance your understanding of risk management best practices and improve your quantitative and analytical skills. 
Responsibility
  • Define the application of the Group's guidelines and policies with regard to the various types of risk to which the Bank and the Subsidiaries are exposed to in line with the company's strategy and objectives
  • Monitor and analyse the overall risk profile of the Bank and the Subsidiaries while ensuring that the exposure to risk is kept within the desired threshold (risk appetite)
  • Ensure the monitoring of credit risk in terms of quality, composition, and evolution by reviewing compliance with credit risk appetite, credit guidelines and strategy and through continuous monitoring of a specific risk’s trend
  • Assess and monitor the clients’ risk exposure and the riskiness of the products and services provided
  • Define, adopt, and monitor the methodologies, procedures, and parameters for calculating the risk indicators related to  investment services 
  • Coordinate the implementation of the Group's guidelines and policies on the identification, monitoring and management of risks by the Bank and the Subsidiaries
  • Carry out Level II monitoring and controls on the relevant operations and processes as per the Internal Control System Regulation
  • Identify and set up methodologies and procedures to assess clients’ risk, according to the Bank’s service model and in compliance with relevant regulations
  • Customise analysis and reporting of clients’ portfolios taking into consideration the different financial services provided
    Reporting according to parent company’s requirements 
Profile
  • Master’s degree in financial economics, econometrics, or STEM faculties 
  • Good knowledge of financial markets with a quantitative background
  • Knowledge of a methodology/risk modeling/analytics function covering either financial and market risk or credit risk
  • Knowledge of programming languages such as R, SAS or Python
  • Understanding of the local law requirement
  • Fluent in English; another language (French and/or Italian) would be an asset 
  • Swiss domiciliation/residence