Global Risk CAO and Budget management

  • Negotiable
  • Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Nomura
  • 17 oct. 17 2017-10-17

This Global Risk HQ role includes responsibility for Global / EMEA cross functional Risk matters, primarily focused on data management and the management of various control frameworks; and the EMEA Risk CAO role, responsible for assisting the EMEA Chief Risk Officer in the efficient management of the department and for supporting the Global CAO.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Organisational management: Operating model and headcount tracking; oversight of the offshoring function and ownership of the people strategy. Full responsibility for EMEA and support in consolidating the global view for the Global CAO.
  • Financials: Departmental budgeting, forecasting and ongoing expense management. Full responsibility for EMEA and support in consolidating the global view for the Global CAO.
  • Data Management: Monitoring and reporting data quality metrics and issues, impact analysis of changes to Risk data and support of metadata management.
  • Control: Responsible for: ensuring procedures are in place for all regular activities; coordinating the Senior Manager's Regime process; and managing other EMEA controls as required
  • Administration: Responsible for all administrative matters for the EMEA Risk team.
  • Ad-hoc: Department presentations, MI and other ad-hoc projectsKey objectives critical to success:
  • Ability to implement, evidence and maintain strong control processes
  • Ability to work well under pressure and balance multiple conflicting demands
  • Ability to clearly define, agree and communicate priorities
  • Ability to develop and maintain strong and mutually supportive working relationships both within Risk and with external stakeholders
  • Ability to critically analyse processes, procedures and policies, identifying, proposing and implementing enhancements
  • Strong analytical, written and communication skills
  • Ability to adapt quickly to internal and external change
  • Ability to implement change
  • Ability to operate within our regulatory and internal risk frameworks Essential
  • Skills, experience, qualifications and knowledge required:
  • Highly numerate and analytical;
  • Thorough understanding of control frameworks, including drafting of procedure documents
  • Ability to represent the wider Risk function credibly in discussions with other departments, and with senior stakeholders;
  • Ability to be decisive in reaching decisions and recommending process and policy enhancements with the ability to explain why a certain decision has been made;
  • Ability to collaborate and challenge senior management to ensure deliverables are met;
  • Strong inter-personal and organisational skills;
  • Superior time management skills;
  • Experience with using Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • Willingness to be flexible and adapt quickly to changing demands of the role.Desirable
  • Accountancy qualification
  • Experience in data management
  • Experience within a finance, business management or COO role gained at an investment bank, other large PRA/FCA authorised firm or a consultancy firm;
  • Varied background within banking or a financial consultancy firm including experience of financial management, data management, and/or control frameworks.