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Junior Risk Manager

Department
Risk Management
Branch
Geneva
% employment type
100
Mission
  • You will join the Risk department in Geneva, which has seen a significant increase in new regulatory requirements to be implemented. The role offers excellent learning and interaction with cross-regional departments across control functions, such as Risk, Compliance and Audit.

 

Responsibility
  • Defining, in line with the company's strategy and objectives, the implementation of the Group's guidelines and policies with regard to the various risk types to which the Bank and its subsidiaries are exposed 
  • Monitoring and analysing the overall risk profile of the Bank and its subsidiaries, ensuring that risk exposure is kept within the desired level (risk appetite)
  • Ensuring the monitoring of credit risk in terms of quality, composition and evolution by ensuring compliance with credit risk appetite, credit guidelines and strategies, through continuous monitoring of the trend of specific risk
  • Assessing and monitoring the client risk exposure and the riskiness of the products and services provided
  • Defining, adopting, and monitoring methodologies, procedures, and parameters for calculating the risk indicators relating to provisions of investment services 
  • Coordinating the implementation of the Group's guidelines and policies on risk identification, monitoring and management by the Bank and its subsidiaries
  • Carrying out Level II monitoring and controls on the relevant operations and processes as per the Internal Control System Regulation
  • Identifying and setting up methodologies and procedures to assess clients’ risk, according to Bank’s service model and in compliance with relevant regulations
  • Customising analysis and reporting of clients’ portfolios taking into consideration the different financial services provided
  • Reporting according to parent company requirements 

 

Profile
  • Master’s degree in financial economics, econometrics, or STEM faculties 
  • Deep knowledge of financial modelling with a strong quantitative background
  • Up to 2-3 years of experience in a methodology/risk modelling/analytics function covering either financial and market risk or credit risk
  • Hands-on experience in programming languages such as R, SAS or Python
  • Understanding of the local law requirements
  • Availability for international travel
  • Fluent in English; another language (French and/or Italian) would be beneficial 
  • Swiss domiciliation/residence