Position
Liquidity Manager / Treasury Manager - Liquidity Risk Framework


Recruiter
Alexander Ash


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
02 June 2017


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For this top tier investment bank we are looking for a strong Liquidity Manager / Treasury Manager to join a Treasury function which manages the Capital, Funding, Liquidity Risk and Funds Transfer Pricing of the Banking Group, whilst also housing the market access activities associated with the prudential funding needs of the bank.

The candidate will be responsible for further development and implementation of the liquidity management and funds transfer pricing framework in relation to the Bank's portfolio of businesses. There will be a particular emphasis upon the activities and liquidity risks associated with the Global Markets division, spanning a wide range of asset classes, including: Fixed Income, Rates, Emerging Markets, Equities, Prime Finance, Structured and Portfolio lending.

Key responsibilities:

Located within the Global Liquidity Management and Funds Transfer Pricing team, the role supports
holistic, cross-product development of the bank's liquidity risk management framework. This
includes input to internal models, regulatory metrics, business planning and advisory, in
addition to funds transfer pricing policy and application. Overall, the team is responsible for
ensuring that the framework for identifying measuring and managing risk operates effectively and
supports the steering of resource within the context of business strategy. The role demands a
high level of commercial awareness, technical risk expertise and the ability to build
relationships and manage a wide variety of stakeholders, including: Regulatory Reporting,
Interpretations, Risk, Business Heads, Regulators and the Treasury ExCo. The role does not have a
specific daily reporting output; rather it involves constant exploration of liquidity risk
management issues and partnership with businesses to proactively manage the balance sheet.

Specific responsibilities will include developing new Liquidity Risk product models, monitoring
funding and liquidity requirements of businesses, developing Liquidity MIS, working in
partnership with Treasury Planning and Divisional FRM to effectively steer business balance
sheet.

Skills and Qualifications:

Experience within a Treasury department or business unit / support unit of an investment bank's
trading division.

Ideally have had interaction and experience with fixed income and equity products / businesses.

Experience in drafting documentation to Board or Regulatory standard (e.g ILAAs, Internal policy
documents) would be useful.

Articulate with excellent communication and presentation skills.

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to work independently.

Ability to interface with business units and stakeholders.

This is an exciting opportunity to work for the leading global investment bank and one of the top
global universal banks. It is a diversified role with exposure to senior management and multiple
business lines, including investment and commercial bank exposure.





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