SVP - Global Liquidity Management. Treasury Liquidity Reporting Oversight INV22-0003

London, Greater London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Competitive salary
09 Dec 2022
19 Dec 2022
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The individual will work in Global Liquidity Management (GLM) group within Corporate Treasury. The GLM group is responsible for setting firm wide liquidity risk policy and standards, establishing the framework for sizing liquidity requirements including internal stress testing framework, developing contingency funding plans in conjunction with other stakeholders within and outside Treasury function, providing liquidity oversight to the banks global entities, and ensuring that the bank maintains adequate liquidity appropriately positioned to meet the company's global needs both in normal market conditions as well as during periods of stress.

In this role, the individual will be responsible for supporting, and selectively leading, the development and ongoing execution of FR 2052a liquidity reporting requirements set forth by the bank regulators. In doing so, the primary focus will be to deliver timely and accurate firm-wide liquidity reporting, perform variance analysis and reconciliation, review FR 2052a rules and provide their interpretation.

Additionally, the individual will also be responsible for providing support for liquidity data management and reporting automation initiatives, detailed deep-dives into products and performing data analytics to support stress test assumptions. This will require strong collaboration and engagement with business partners across Treasury, Finance, Operations, and Technology functions.

Key Objectives:

Understand the FR 2052a regulatory reporting requirements, Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR), Resolution Adequacy and Positioning (RLAP), liquidity analytics, and the existing framework so that individual is able to effectively oversee ongoing liquidity reporting. In addition, perform trend and variance analysis by entity, product, counter-party, tenor and other liquidity attributes on large data sets. The individual will be expected to develop and implement enhancements to the current FR 2052a reporting process in order to improve the accuracy and timeliness of reporting and the efficiency of the process. Also, the individual will be expected to monitor any changes to FR 2052a reporting rules and coordinate assumption changes required by the bank regulators.

Specialized Skills:

The ideal candidate should have in depth knowledge of the FR2052a reporting process, possess an eagerness to learn the current process and infrastructure, be a change-agent to effectively recommend and implement process improvements and help the team execute towards the target state. The candidate will need to have a working knowledge of liquidity management concepts, the ability to drill down into large data sets and to present findings to an executive audience. To be successful in this role, the individual needs to be a self-starter, with an ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and effectively collaborate across levels in a matrixes environment, and eager to make an impact. Existing knowledge of Citi Legal Entity Structure, Balance Sheet, liquidity risk management and stress testing is desirable.

Development Opportunities:

This role gives the individual a unique opportunity to gain exposure to Citi's balance sheet and the breadth of globally diverse banking and capital markets products and services. The individual will work with multiple internal stakeholders across Treasury, Finance, Operations, Technology and Risk functions as well as external bank regulators (FRB, OCC, FDIC).

  • A bachelor degree in economics, finance, accounting or related fields; advanced degree is a plus
  • Minimum 7-10 years of experience in one or more of Treasury, Finance, Risk Management, or Project Management disciplines, preferably with some level of prior exposure to: Liquidity Risk Management and Analytics
  • Strong knowledge of the Balance sheet management, liquidity management, related regulatory requirements, financial markets and products, and Treasury
  • Excellent understanding of FR 2052a Complex Institution Liquidity Monitoring Report, Liquidity Coverage Ratio
  • Strong quantitative and presentation skills, with attention to detail and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Access and Power Point, and ability to work with large volumes of data leveraging spreadsheets and models
  • Excellent project management, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Willingness to take ownership and execute on deliverables
  • Team player with an ability to work well with others in a fast-paced, high energy environment

Job Family Group:

Job Family:
Balance Sheet Management

Time Type:
Full time

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