Liquidity Policy Specialist

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

The EMEA Treasury Planning & Analysis team is responsible for managing and forecasting the firm's liquidity requirements. The team are looking to recruit an individual at Associate leve to look at internal policies, including documentation, implementation and monitoring of liquidity controls, e.g. Risk Appetite, limits and guidelines.

This includes reporting, developing and maintaining Nomura's internal liquidity stress tests and implementing regulatory liquidity change in addition to on-going compliance with regulatory liquidity requirements such as the LCR, ALMM and NSFR.

Key objectives critical to success:

The primary objective of the EMEA Liquidity Policy & Controls team within Treasury is to promote a robust framework of liquidity governance and controls. The Firm is looking to recruit an individual at Associate level, reporting to the EMEA Head of Liquidity Policy & Controls Team, to support execution of the team's core responsibilities including:

  • Delivery of key liquidity initiatives in accordance with regulatory requirements: ILAAP, CFP, Recovery Planning and Solvent-Wind Down
  • Internal policies, including documentation, implementation and monitoring of liquidity controls, e.g. Risk Appetite, limits and guidelines
  • Preparation of regular Board and Management Committee reporting, coordinating senior management sign-off
  • Regulatory engagement, e.g. PRA Continuous Assessment materials and L-SREP
  • Ongoing monitoring of regulatory developments, engaging with industry forums/peers and responding to public consultations
  • Control gap analyses, including maintenance of Treasury's RCSA register
  • Ad hoc liquidity analyses, providing cross-team support as requiredSkills, experience, qualifications and knowledge required:

  • Regulatory/financial services industry experience with a focus on liquidity risk
  • Solid understanding of new and pending liquidity regulations, including their impact to firms
  • Prior experience of ILAAP and Contingency/Recovery Planning is desirable
  • A proven record of strong written and verbal communication skills with an ability to convey complex issues succinctly; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel proficient
  • A strong risk and controls mind-set with the confidence to provide challenge
  • Strong organisation skills, coordinating deliverables and people to tight timelines
  • Ability to operate in an environment with a high level of scrutiny and collaborate effectively with a wide range of internal/external stakeholders
  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and as part of a team
  • A proactive 'can do' attitude